Kasilof, AK, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Kasilof

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1br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Smoking Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceVery private and close to excellent fishing, hiking, sight seeing, etc. Guest Accessfree wifi Interaction with GuestsOpen. You can be left completely alone or come hang out! I will even show you around for fishing, hiking, claming, sight seeing, etc. The NeighborhoodAlaska is a beautiful place. We are close to many of the awesome things Alaska has to offer. (website hidden) is near Kenai, Seward, Homer, Nikiski, Whittier, Kasilof, 3 hour drive from Anchorage (15 minute flight). Getting Aroundrental cars Other Things to NoteKENAI PENINSULA: The Kenai area is just a short 20 minute commuter flight (planes leave every half hour) from Anchorage, or a beautiful 147 mile drive through spectacular Alaska scenery. Anchorage has a large International Airport, and has convenient air service from the most major west coast, midwest, and east coast cities. With the amount of daylight that is received in summer (almost 24 hours of it in June and July) you can leave home and arrive with plenty of time to explore the area and get ready for your fishing trip of a lifetime. Kenai Town's population 7,000, is the largest city in the Kenai Peninsula. Constantly changing, modern structures stand side by side with old log buildings. Kenai has numerous restaurants, fast food stores, bars, supermarkets, visitors and cultural centers, and auto repair shops. Limousine services , taxi, and car rental are in the airport and in town. The stores in Kenai offer fine shopping opportunities. Laundromats, showers, and dump station available, as well as ambulance or police assistance, there are three medical clinics plus a general hospital. Kenai Municipal Airport, one of the busiest commuter airport in the country, is the largest in the peninsula and is essential in supporting today's lifestyle in a state where going by air is not only the fastest way of getting there, but often the only way. Scheduled flights, charters and aircraft rentals are available. A floatplane basin accommodates transient aircraft on floats and provides slips for local floatplanes. Pilots wishing fuel can telephone to the Kenai airport and a truck will deliver to the basin. You may flight in fixed wing aircraft or by helicopter. (URL HIDDEN) is a beautiful, vital, growing city with a lot to offer to residents and visitors alike. In the summer check out our elevated boardwalks, river fishing, camping, canoeing, wildlife viewing, bike trails, and hiking. In the winter, you can enjoy world-class ski trails, snow machining, snow shoeing, or ice skating at our Olympic-size hockey rink. The history of the City of (URL HIDDEN) begins with homesteading that occurred in the late 1940s, although Native Alaskan Athabaskan peoples had lived and used the areas around the Kenai River for many thousands of years prior to the City’s establishment. After World War II, veterans were given priority in homesteading in this area and settlement began to grow. The construction of the Sterling Highway from Anchorage and the Kenai Spur Highway occurred in the 1950s, resulting in increased settlement in the area. A post office for (URL HIDDEN) was established in 1949. Oil was discovered at the nearby Swanson River area in 1957, giving the population and economy of the area another major boost. (URL HIDDEN) location at the junction of the Sterling and Kenai Spur highways resulted in the area becoming a major location for retail trade, services and government on the Kenai Peninsula. The City of (URL HIDDEN) incorporated as a fourth class city in 1960 with 332 residents and an area of 7.4 square miles (4,723.4 acres). Although the major highways were constructed in the 1950s and oil had been discovered in 1957, the population of the area at the time was relatively small. After the Borough was incorporated in 1964 and selected (URL HIDDEN) as the Borough seat, the City reorganized as a first class city which provided the residents of the City more authority to manage and finance the rapid growth that was occurring. The City’s central location on the Kenai Peninsula and the development of the oil industry on the peninsula and other parts of Alaska resulted in rapid population growth in the City’s first three decades (1960 to 1990). As the City and the oil industry have matured, population growth has slowed. (URL HIDDEN) was mostly built up and already near its current population by the end of the early 1980s building boom. The City’s pattern of growth has been confined and shaped by natural and man-made features. The Kenai River, local wetlands, and the natural terrain have concentrated development in the western portion of (URL HIDDEN) while the three major highways (Sterling Highway, Kenai Spur Road, Kalifornsky Beach Road) have resulted in a linear pattern of commercial development stretching out from (URL HIDDEN) into the unincorporated areas. KENAI: Kenai is located on the Kenai Peninsula where the world-famous Kenai River meets Cook Inlet. It is surrounded by spectacular scenery and wildlife, and has a rich history of native and Russian settlements and culture. Kenai is the heart of Alaskan adventure, providing something for everyone. The Kenai River is known for its world-class King Salmon fishing. Kenai industries include oil, natural gas, commercial fishing and tourism. Located near (URL HIDDEN) Seward and Homer, Alaska, Kenai is easily accessible from Anchorage via a 30-minute flight or a leisurely and beautiful 3-hour drive, approximately 150 miles to the south. Fly into our Kenai airport or our floatplane basin. Boat into our public dock. Kenai is equipped for both visitors and convention business. Kenai has it all. NIKISKI: Is an unincorporated area that stretches for several miles on either side of the road. There are motels, trailer and camper parks, grocery stores, restaurants, gas stations, convenience stores, post office, and numerous shops, many clustered in the Nikiska Mall. 911 in case of fire or accident. Nikiski fire department's two stations serve an extensive area that not only includes the northern peninsula and Cook Inlet but reaches across the inlet to a section of the mainland. In addition to general emergency calls, personnel and equipment are further geared to respond to calls from offshore oil and gas platforms as well as oil and chemical industries onshore. Boats and helicopter support are available for rescue operations. The department was a leader in developing paramedic services; the Arctic, Subarctic Aquatic Para rescue team and fire training as a combined operation on the peninsula. CAPTAIN COOK STATE PARK: Encompasses about 4,000 acres of forest, lakes, rivers and salt water beaches. The area offers swimming, a canoe landing and take out point for the Swanson river canoe trails, a good place to fish for silver salmon August and September, picnic sites and camping. The park was named after the famous British explorer Captain James Cook who came to this part of the world in 1778 in the ship "Discovery". STERLING: Oil was discovered in 1957 in the Swanson river area and a road build to the development from Sterling. The gravel road also opened up the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge (then called the Moose Range) to more convenient camping, picnicking, hunting, fishing and other activities. Sterling remains the getaway to the northern portion of the refuge. Sterling has school, post office, fire station, restaurants, groceries, bars, lodging, gas, and private campgrounds with hookups, laundry and showers. You can buy furniture, second hand items, antiques, gifts, and hand made articles. WHITTIER: Situated at the head of Passage Canal, the community of Whittier is approximately 58 miles southeast of Anchorage. Whittier is by far the most visited gateway to the mesmerizing wilderness of Prince William Sound. Each summer, thousands of visitors arrive at this magnificent port by ship, train, or automobile. The 218 distinguished citizens of Whittier are waiting with open arms to share this incredible gem of the Alaskan frontier and regale you with our stories of first hand experiences which come from living in a land like no other. There is no describing the 22 hours of daylight we enjoy each summer. There is not a bad seat in the house. As you enter Whittier from North America's longest tunnel, the panoramic view of the ocean, mountains and glaciers surround you. Our sea side village is home to an exciting array of wildlife. If you are a birder, come enjoy our world class collection of raptors such as the Bald Eagle, Great Gray Owl, and the elusive Peregrine Falcon. Whittier boasts the largest Kittiwake bird rookery population in the North Pacific. Thinking there might be fish in these here waters? You are on the right track. The 15,000 square miles of Prince William Sound is home to one of the richest wild marine fisheries on the planet! Land animals more your bag? The mountains surrounding Whittier are host to the shy mountain goat, all manner of weasels, whistling marmots, bear, and the occasional coyote. I would certainly be remiss if I left out our marine visitors. During our glorious summer we are often visited by Humpback and Orca whales plying the 600 foot deep Passage Canal in search of dinner. Land and sea otters along with seals and sea lions may be keeping a careful eye on you to make sure they will not have to share their next meal with you. If action is more your style, Whittier has you covered. The historical 10,000 year old Portage trail is located on the right as you roll into town. Horsetail Falls and Emerald Point trails are great improved trails to get your feet wet. Are improved trails too mundane? I have called Whittier my home for over 20 years and I have yet to cover 2% of the wild wild wilderness. Bring a compass and a map because your cell phone will disappoint. Be careful, gravity is no joke! If a wildlife & glacier day cruise, peaceful kayak excursion or scenic train ride sounds intriguing, this is a superb destination. HOMER: is located in south-central Alaska, 227 road miles from Anchorage (Alaska’s largest city), near the southern tip of the Kenai Peninsula, 59°38'35" North Latitude, (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)" West Longitude. (Map source: Alaska Islands and Ocean Visitor Center.) , on stunning Kachemak Bay. Made famous as “The End of the Road” in Tom Bodett's tales, Homer is at the end of the Sterling Highway. Homer is accessible by road, boat, and daily flights from Anchorage. A home base for great fishing (“The Halibut Fishing Capital of the World”), kayaking, bear viewing, hiking, foodie and art vacations, Homer is quickly becoming known also as the Eco and Adventure tourism capital of Alaska. Nestled among rolling hills, this seaside – and truly seagoing - community has many unique attractions. Home port to the F/V Time Bandit of the Discovery Channel’s “Deadliest Catch” fame, Homer's museums, art galleries, fine dining (you will be amazed at the quality of our restaurants) and deluxe accommodations, all help create Alaska-sized memories to last a lifetime. The Homer Spit ("spit" is a geological landform term) is the second longest in the world and was recently named one of the best 100 beaches in the United States for its incredible views and variety of wildlife along the wonderful 4.5 mile multi-use trail that runs from its base to its tip – the true end of the road on Alaska’s Highway 1. Just across the Bay, less than 10 miles from the Spit, is the state's only designated wilderness park – Kachemak Bay State Wilderness Park. Local water taxis specialize in bringing outdoor lovers to the trailheads and campgrounds of the park. This unique combination of location, commerce, beauty, natural resources and wilderness makes Homer a wonderful place to visit, and a great place to live!
Home/Apartment
2br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
The SpacePrivate cottage. We are located on the Kasilof, River. Moose wonder through our property. Eagles fly overhead. The salmon fishing is good June-Sept. Guest AccessFull kitchen, laundry facilities, BBQ, two gazebos, Kasilof river bank. Interaction with GuestsLive on the property.
Home/Apartment
Excellent
49 reviews
1br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceNewly remodeled in a rustic style but with all the amenities you expect in a fully appointed hotel. The cabin is self contained and separate from any other living area. The property faces west so there are daily sunset views of Mt. Redoubt. Bordered by state land so no near neighbors other than the owner's house and the commercial fishing operation behind the cabin. They are active for 6 weeks or so of the year - end of June to mid August. Guest AccessBeach access by road, foot or ATV - although it can be challenging. There are 2 places to scramble down the eroding bluff. There is also road access a short walk or drive away. Most days, you can have the beach to yourself. But for 6 weeks of the summer (end of June to early August), you share it with set net commercial salmon fishermen. Not only do they use my driveway and have their base of operations behind the cabin, but they also use the road to the beach. You'll see their trucks, boats and activity. To some this is a plus - a unique perspective on vital Alaska industry - but for some, not so much. The cabin is located between the nearby famous Kenai and Kasilof rivers. There are some great restaurants nearby, local breweries and even a new winery. Homer is about a 1 1/2 hour drive south, and Seward is about a 2 hour drive east. There is amazing hiking, particularly in Cooper Landing about 50 miles away. You'll enjoy a visit to the Kenai Peninsula year round. Interaction with GuestsBecause guests have their own cabin, I am happy to give directions and support, but also want to give you privacy to enjoy the beach and rivers in your own way. The NeighborhoodI love the solitude and the beach, as well as the excitement of the fishing season in the summer. I also look forward to sharing this unique and beautiful spot with others. Getting AroundThere is no convenient public transportation. The cabin is about 12 miles from (website hidden), as well as about 12 miles from Kenai, so guests should shop before arrival. Other Things to NoteThe sunsets are some of the most spectacular you will ever see because of volcanic Mt. Redoubt which rises 50 miles across the inlet. There are chairs, a deck and a firepit (when there's not a burn ban) to help you enjoy the view!
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    The SpaceLarge room with two sink bathroom. Has a trundle and day bed for extra people @ $25 per person extra. Guest AccessFull kitchen, laundry facilities, BBQ, two gazebos, Kasilof river bank. Interaction with GuestsWe live on the property, so are visiting and busy with everyone. The NeighborhoodQuiet dead end road. We are right on the Kasilof river. All neighbors are great. Getting AroundThere is no public transportation. There is a commuter airport where Ravn flies people from Anchorage to here that is only 30 minutes away from us. Other Things to NoteWe can help book your fishing trips. Just give us a call.
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    Bedroom
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    • Pets Allowed
    • Breakfast
    • Parking
    The SpaceWe are located on the Kasilof, River. Moose wonder through our property. Eagles fly overhead. The salmon fishing is good June-Sept. Guest AccessFull kitchen, laundry facilities, BBQ, two gazebos, Kasilof river bank. Interaction with GuestsWe are available most all day. The NeighborhoodQuiet dead end. Getting AroundTaxi Other Things to NoteIf you would like fishing guides, fly-out bear or glacier viewing, touring the area, we can arrange that for you.
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    Bedroom
    • Wifi
    • Pets Allowed
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    The SpaceWe have one guest room available in our river front home. It has hickory wood floors and a comfortable new bed. Our simple Alaskan home is on the Kenai Peninsula, located on the edge of the Kasilof River. It is perfect for a day of fishing from shore or by a guided drift boat trip down the world famous Kasilof River. If fishing isn't your thing, just relax on the deck and watch the others... And from your home base here, you can explore all areas of the Kenai Peninsula, one day at a time. We have eagles galore and moose visit regularly. We are located close to Kenai, (website hidden), Deep Creek, Anchor Point and Homer. Seward is a beautiful 2 1/2 hour drive. Homer is a 50 minute drive. Our home is non-smoking indoors. Well mannered children are welcome! We have 3 small 8 lbs. dogs. They are all mostly obedient and we never allow them to bother our guests. Our dogs are never allowed in our guest room, even when it is not occupied. Our home is located two miles from an excellent diner and convenience store and you are welcome to use our kitchen. The map does not accurately depict the location of our home. It is located right on the river's edge. You could easily throw a rock, from the deck, and hit the water. We are 3 hours from Anchorage, but a 20 minute flight from Anchorage to Kenai. I recommend the drive from Anchorage. It's beautiful and there are many stops to make along the way. There is no public transit in this area, and it would be necessary to rent a car. Daily 1/2 day or full day fishing charters (for either Salmon or Halibut) are abundant in this area and reservations should be made ahead of time. Please contact us to answer any other questions you may have or to recommend reputable fishing guides in our area. We enjoy the opportunity to host visitors, enhance their vacations and have met some fantastic people from all areas of the world. Guest AccessPrivate bedroom. Private bathroom. Our kitchen is always available, if needed. You're welcome to relax on the deck or in the living room with the T.V. Interaction with GuestsWe are very social, but our guests RULE! You want company? We're usually here for you. You don't want company....that's fine too! The NeighborhoodWe love the river, the peace, the quiet and the wildlife. We frequently have a night time fire pit lite up on our deck. Getting AroundWe have CARTS available with reservations and taxi service. No buses run this area. We Recommend renting a car to get to all the best places our state has to offer in this area. Other Things to NoteSummer can bring mosquitoes. Sometimes a lot of them. I protect myself with long sleeves and long pants. We have citronella candles and other mosquito repellants in place, but just be aware there are mosquitoes in the summer.
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    1br Home/Apartment
    • Wifi
    • Parking
    The SpaceOur secluded location on the Kenai Peninsula is only a 15 to 60 minute drive from Ninilchik, Anchor Point, Homer, Kasilof, (URL HIDDEN) and Kenai. Cabins on the Bluff are one mile off the Sterling Hwy affording opportunities to see moose, eagles and even bears on our 28 acre property. Each cabin is 560 sq ft and will sleep 2-4 adults comfortably, featuring a completely furnished kitchen, open dining and living room, queen-size bedroom and spacious bathroom. There are picnic tables, gas grills, fire pit rings, Dish Satellite TVs, Blu-ray DVD player and wireless internet. Washers and dryers installed in all of our cabins. Guest AccessBesides the breath-taking ocean view from the cabin's living room, dining room and 20ft covered porch, we are close to excellent sport fishing opportunities. Halibut fishing charters leave daily from Ninilchik and Homer. Excellent salmon fishing is close by on the Ninilchik, Kasilof and Kenai Rivers. Not to forget mentioning clam digging is only 3 miles north at Clam Gulch beach. Interaction with GuestsOwners live on an adjacent property, one mile from our Cabins on the Bluff. Available for questions or on-site assistance with and questions or maintenance issues. The NeighborhoodVery secluded location one mile off the Sterling Highway at Mile 121, affording our guests opportunities to see moose, eagles and even bears on our 28 acre property.
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    3br Home/Apartment
    • Wifi
    • Parking
    The SpaceOur secluded location on the Kenai Peninsula is only a 15 to 60 minute drive from Ninilchik, Anchor Point, Homer, Kasilof, (URL HIDDEN) and Kenai. Cabins on the Bluff are one mile off the Sterling Hwy affording opportunities to see moose, eagles and even bears on our 28 acre property. Each cabin is 560 sq ft and will sleep 2-4 adults comfortably, featuring a completely furnished kitchen, open dining and living room, queen-size bedroom and spacious bathroom. There are picnic tables, gas grills, fire pit rings, Dish Satellite TVs, Blu-ray DVD player and wireless internet. Washers and dryers installed in all of our cabins. Guest AccessBesides the breath-taking ocean view from the cabin's living room, dining room and 20ft covered porch, we are close to excellent sport fishing opportunities. Halibut fishing charters leave daily from Ninilchik and Homer. Excellent salmon fishing is close by on the Ninilchik, Kasilof and Kenai Rivers. Not to forget mentioning clam digging is only 3 miles north at Clam Gulch beach. The NeighborhoodVery secluded location one mile off the Sterling Highway at Mile 121, affording our guests opportunities to see moose, eagles and even bears on our 28 acre property.
    apt. / condo
    Excellent
    6 reviews
    1br apt. / condo
      Welcome to "A Hiada-way" on the Kasilof River at Mile Post 2.8 Kalifornsky Beach Road, Kasilof, Alaska. Centrally located, we are 20-minutes from (website: hidden) and 20-minutes from Kenai. We take pride in providing a clean and safe environment for the traveler. "A Hiada-way" is open year round. The vacation traveler or corporate business traveler will find "A Hiada-way" a great place to park yourself for that Alaskan experience. Monthly rates are available. Look for us on the web. For the fisherman there is bank fishing close by at the State owned Crooked Creek campground. More salmon bank fishing is located on the Anchor River, Ninilchik River and the Kenai River. You can halibut fish in Homer, Ninilichik, Seward or toss your hook in the Cook Inlet five minutes from "A Hiada-way". Cook Inlet is also popular for beach walking, picnics, campfires and sun bathing. You often see children splashing in the sea water. The subdivision has a walkable road where you frequently find the locals on foot or on a horse or bicycle. Several hiking trails are nearby in (website: hidden) and Cooper Landing. Float the Kasilof River with a guide and then walk 150 feet from the new Alaska State owned take-out launch to "A Hiada-way" where you can cook your salmon in the fully supplied kitchen with an Alaskan recipe provided by your host. We are close enough to the local towns for the convenience of shopping but far enough away to get the wilderness atmosphere. Nearby stores include Safeway/WalMart/IGA Country Foods/Fred Myer etc. plus many sportsman and hardware stores. Freezer available on site for $2/day and washer/dryer on site for $5/load including soap. "A Hiada-way" is 60 Miles from Homer and a two-hour drive to Seward. • Bathroom with shower • Kitchen with 4 burner stove top with oven, double sink, microwave, toaster, coffee maker • Complete place setting for 6 • Dishwasher • TV with Dish Satellite • Wireless internet Smoking is only allowed outdoors. Ask the host for an ash tray. From the Great Room sliding glass doors step out to a 32 x 20 deck that overlooks the Kasilof River. There is a patio table with chairs and binocular for wildlife watching. Eagles are often perched in trees and on the river bank. In the spring swans, snow geese and cranes rest in the open grass on their way to the North mating grounds. They can be here for days or weeks. This is a safe haven to eat undisturbed. Seagulls mate in the air and lay their eggs. There is often a battle of seagulls bombing eagles in an effort to keep them from eating the eggs and newborn hatchlings. In the fall and winter you will see ducks. cranes and swans. The wild cries of the birds is music to your soul. Year round you will see moose and often baby moose. We do not provide fishing facilities. While our property borders the river we cannot allow guests to use our riverfront access for reasons of logistics and liability. Listed above are nearby spots for fishing access within driving distance. We fish and we can locate a guide for your fishing adventure. We are open year-round and always happy to answer your questions about Alaska. See you soon!! The subdivision is located along the banks of the Kasilof River which has an Alaska State owned boat take-out launch. The boat launch has a Summer Host that can help you get familiar with the area. The subdivision is friendly and walkable where locals walk their dogs, ride bikes and horses.
      cabin
      Excellent
      3 reviews
      1br cabin
        Rental Cabin on the Kasilof River in Alaska on the Kenai Peninsula. Centrally located visit any place on the peninsula and return in a day. You will enjoy relaxing on the deck and watch the drift boats go by , or fishing from the bank. You can hire a local guide to take you fishing on the Kasilof or Kenai rivers. Or you can take a charter boat out of Kenai, Ninilchick, or Homer and try your luck on the ocean in Cook Inlet. Or you can do the same thing in Seward on Prince William Sound. There are also numerous hiking trails. And fantastic Flight Seeing. We are about 14 miles south of (website: hidden) on the Sterling HWY about mile 109.5. There is a cafe and small store and gas station less than a mile away. There is also a boat launch less than a mile. We have a museum that that is dedicated to local history. We have WiFi and Dish TV in the cabin. Peace and Quit. What you'll hear most of is the river running by.
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        Excellent
        11 reviews
        1br cabin
          Cabin, 1 Bedroom + Convertible Bed, 1 Bath (Sleeps 2-4) Each cabin is 560 sq ft and will sleep 2-4 adults comfortably, featuring a completely furnished kitchen, open dining and living room, queen-size bedroom and spacious bathroom. There are picnic tables, gas grills, fire pit rings, Dish Satellite TVs, Blu-ray DVD player and wireless internet. Washers and dryers installed in all of our cabins. Premier accommodations with fantastic views of the Mt. Redoubt, Mt. Iliamna & Mt. Spurr volcanoes. Our new knotty pine cabins are set on the edge of a 200 ft high bluff overlooking the scenic Cook Inlet. Our secluded location on the central Kenai Peninsula is only a 15 to 60 minute drive to Ninilchik, Anchor Point, Homer, Kasilof, (website: hidden) and Kenai. We're one mile off the Sterling Hwy affording opportunities to see moose, eagles and bears on our 28-acre property. We are now accepting reservations for the 2015 season. Special weekly, monthly and seasonal rates are available upon request. 2015 Season Rates* Cabins #1, #2, #3 & #4 (sleeps 2 to 4 persons) 1 bedroom / 1 bath (560 sq ft) Pre-Season Cabin Rental Rates* (effective 3/29/15 to 5/21/15) $135/night (2-night minimum) $125/night (3 or 4 nights) $115/night (5 or 6 nights) $105/night (1 week) $95/night (2 weeks) $85/night (1 month) Peak Season Cabin Rental Rates* (effective 5/22/15 to 9/6/15) $175/night (2-night minimum) $165/night (3 or 4 nights) $155/night (5 or 6 nights) $145/night (1 week) $135/night (2 weeks) $125/night (1 month) Post-Season Cabin Rental Rates* (effective 9/7/15 to 11/2/15) $135/night (2-night minimum) $125/night (3 or 4 nights) $115/night (5 or 6 nights) $105/night (1 week) $95/night (2 weeks) $85/night (1 month) *Rates are based on 1 to 2 persons occupancy and $15/night for additional guests plus 3% sales tax on lodging (no charge for children under age 2). 2015 Season Rates* Cabins #1, #2, #3 & #4 (sleeps 2 to 4 persons) 1 bedroom / 1 bath (560 sq ft) Pre-Season Cabin Rental Rates* (effective 3/29/15 to 5/21/15) $135/night (2-night minimum) $125/night (3 or 4 nights) $115/night (5 or 6 nights) $105/night (1 week) $95/night (2 weeks) $85/night (1 month) Peak Season Cabin Rental Rates* (effective 5/22/15 to 9/6/15) $175/night (2-night minimum) $165/night (3 or 4 nights) $155/night (5 or 6 nights) $145/night (1 week) $135/night (2 weeks) $125/night (1 month) Post-Season Cabin Rental Rates* (effective 9/7/15 to 11/2/15) $135/night (2-night minimum) $125/night (3 or 4 nights) $115/night (5 or 6 nights) $105/night (1 week) $95/night (2 weeks) $85/night (1 month) *Rates are based on 1 to 2 persons occupancy and $15/night for additional guests plus 3% sales tax on lodging (no charge for children under age 2). Kenai Peninsula is the #1 sport fishing destination. Our cabins are located between 2 salmon fishing rivers, Ninilchik River is 14 miles south, and the Kasilof River is 14 miles north. Plus the world famous Kenai River is only 25 miles north of Cabins on the Bluff. Halibut fishing is also excellent and you can fish in Cook Inlet from boats launched at Deep Creek (13 miles south), or fish in the ocean from Homer (50 miles south).
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          2br house
            The Alaska Kasilof River Cabins are located in the heart of the Kenai Peninsula. This central location provides easy access to the many exciting activities Alaska has to offer, including fishing, kayaking, whale watching, dog sled tours, and much more. Create everlasting memories in our Moose Lodge cabin featuring 1,600' of Kasilof River Front, private fishing and a riverside covered porch. Two 4 person cabins and one 6 person cabin (email: hidden) Experience the sights and sounds of the Kasilof River from this private and serene setting. Enjoy our 1,600' of wooded riverfront property, watch the eagles soar, the moose pass by and the sounds of the water rippling while dreaming up your days events. Some of our guests choose to spend their time comfortably relaxing on the porch of this beautiful log cabin while others fill their agendas with some of the countless activities all within a short drive. Our property is located 1/2 mile off the beautiful Seward Highway (Kasilof Alaska) and is centrally located to the towns of Kenai, (website: hidden), Sterling, Homer, Coopers Landing and Seward. Whether you decide to cook your freshly caught fish, have it prepared by our visiting chef or enjoy the many fine dining options in (website: hidden) or Kenai, the choices plentiful. If your interests include kayaking or canoeing, our unique riverfront location provides the luxury of your private launch site. Depending upon the time of your stay, enjoy fishing from our property for king salmon, silver salmon, sockeye salmon, steel head salmon, rainbow trout, dolly varden and pink salmon or fish with one of the areas world class guides.
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            2br cabin
              Hidden among the trees in a peacefull, wilderness setting; when you stay at Coal Creek Cabins you'll feel like you're miles from anyone else, but in reality you're just minutes from the Kasilof river and boat launch, 15 minutes from Soldotna and the famous Kenai river and about 65 miles north of Homer Alaska for some unforgetable saltwater charters. We're not far from the Cook Inlet for some beach walking or clamming when the tide is low. Our local store/restaurant, gas station and post office are close by too. Our cabin is fully furnished and equipped to accommodated up to 6 guests comfortably. You can relax on the spacious covered deck, watch moose wander through and eagles flying over head while you listen to Coal Creek rushing by. Gas grill and chest freezer are also avaliable for our guests to use. Also available are saltwater fishing charters leaving from Homer Alaska. You can get more information at www.mannscharters.com Rates are based on double occupancy. Add $25.00 for each additional person. $30.00 cleaning fee. Prices are subject to change until reservation is finalized. As stated in "policies" a cancellation 60 days or less of scheduled stay forfeit all advanced payments UNLESS another renter can be secured. Located in Kasilof Alaska . The map isn't quite right...We'll be happy to give you detailed direction to our "little piece of heaven" once reservations have been made.
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              1br Home/Apartment
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              This cozy, rustic, cabin is approximately halfway between Ninilchik and Kenai. We are just across from Johnson Lake State Park with its wonderful trout fishing.
              b&b
              Nice
              4 reviews
              4br b&b
                Come experience the beauty of Alaska with us! The Moose is Inn is a family owned and operated bed and breakfast. We are located in Clam Gulch, a small town located on the Kenai Peninsula. It is approximately 20 minutes from Soldotna and Kenai and known for the best razor clam digging in Alaska! We are centrally located between Soldotna and Ninilchik and a perfect spot to stay on your way to Homer (about 50 miles away). Our B & B is close to sports fishing, salmon and halibut charters, clam digging, Caribou Hills, snow machining, commercial/ subsistence fishing and beach combing! We offer clean, private rooms with a view of the mountains, wildlife and lakes out back. As our guest you are welcome to take a private tour of our commercial fishing operation on the Clam Gulch beach with the opportunity to purchase fresh Alaskan salmon from our skiffs during the summer season. We also provide package deals with lodging and fishing charters through Alaskan Thunderod Fishing Adventures. Catch your own fish or purchase it from us and enjoy it all year! We offer both summer and winter rates. Our rooms come with a private entrance, jetted tubs, comfortable king, queen, and twin beds and private balconies. We also have satelite tv/ dvd, wireless internet, continental breakfast (summer months only), a full guest kitchen, freezer space and lots of little extras to make your stay as comfortable as possible. Our rooms are clean, and cozy with in floor heating thermostats in each room so you can control your own temperature. We have four rooms available year round that can accommodate up to 13 guests comfortably. The main entrance gives our guests open access to a full kitchen, dining room and living room. We also have a large wrap around deck for your leisure. Moose are seen frequently wandering through the yard. While you are here you are welcome to use our grill for barbecuing your catch of the day or simply enjoy your evening roasting hot dogs and marshmallows at our fire pit out back. Our Bed and Breakfast offers optional salmon and halibut sport fishing charters, commercial fishing tours and clam digging rentals and clam cleaning services. We have a commercial vacuum sealer and can quickly vacuum seal, freeze and ship your fish and clams home for you. Each of our 4 rooms are rented separately from $100- $120 per night and can accommodate up to 4 people per room. The whole house can accommodate 14 people. All four rooms share the kitchen and dinning area on the main level. Two of our Bull Moose Rooms have private balconies with views. Be sure to stop by on your way to Homer and let us know how we can make your Alaskan adventure more enjoyable. We love getting to meet new people and sharing a little bit of our Alaska with you! We are centrally located between (website: hidden) and Ninilchik on your way to Homer. Clam Gulch is a small town about 20 minutes from (website: hidden) and Ninilchik and 30 minutes from Kenai. We are minutes from the Clam Gulch beach and the Kasilof River, Johnson Lake, Tustumena Lake, and Crooked Creek.
                b&b
                4br b&b
                  *** Note: The price per night is for EACH bedroom. Please read description below *** Our recently constructed Kenai Bed and Breakfast, opening in summer 2014, is located in Kasilof on The Kenai Peninsula, Alaska. We are close to the Kasilof river and not too far from the Kenai river, which is a world famous salmon fishing destination. Also, Kenai Bed and Breakfast is on Facebook to see what our guests think about us. We have four bedrooms for rent on the second floor. If you like, you can use a private entrance to the second floor from a set of stairs by the house without having to go through the main floor. We offer a continental breakfast with coffee and juice. Many people come here to fish, so we have a freezer for your fish storage as well. ! ! ! ! ! PROMOTIONAL PERIOD ! ! ! ! ! Prices are subject to change at any time. EACH room rate is $107 per night ($117 in July) and $70 in winter. The rate of each room is based on double occupancy. Additional charge will be applied to an extra person per night. ========================================================== Room Details : ========================================================== Room 1 : Two queen beds with a private full bathroom. It also comes with WIFI and Direct TV. Room 2 : One queen bed and a recliner with a private full bathroom. It also comes with WIFI and Direct TV. Room 3 : One king bed and one full bed with a view of mountains in the distance. One of the biggest rooms with a walk-in closet. Share a full bathroom (right outside next to it) with room 4. An extra downstairs full bathroom is also available to use. Also comes with WIFI and Direct TV. Room 4: Two queen beds with a view of mountains in the distance. One of the biggest rooms with a walk-in closet. Share a full bathroom (right outside next to it) with room 3. An extra downstairs full bathroom is also available to use. Also comes with WIFI and Direct TV. ========================================================== * Note: Winter rate does not come with breakfast. Please don't hesitate to ask us if you have any questions. - Prices are subject to change at any time. - Rates based on two people. Additional fee for each extra person per night applies. *** The use of living room, kitchen, and grill on the first floor is closed by 11:00 pm. *** Damages to property will be billed out at time and material plus 15%. - 15 minutes approx. south of Soldotna. - About 15-20 minutes to Kenai river. - 5 minutes approx. to Kasilof river. - 62 miles approx. north of f Homer Direction - From (website: hidden), AK, continue south on the Sterling Hwy to Milepost #107 & 1/2. - Turn right on Capella Dr. - At the top of the drive bear left and continue on Stardust. - Take the 1st little road to the right which is Orion St. The Bed & Breakfast is the 1st grey house on the right. Welcome!
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                  2br Home/Apartment
                  • Wifi
                  • Parking
                  The Alaska Kasilof River Cabins are located in the heart of the Kenai Peninsula. This central location provides easy access to the many exciting activities Alaska has to offer, including fishing, kayaking, whale watching, dog sled tours, and more.
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                  1br Home/Apartment
                  • Pets Allowed
                  • Breakfast
                  • Parking
                  The SpaceThis is a peaceful private setting within walking distance of the lake. Guest AccessThis is a freestanding cabin with a full kitchen including stove, refrigerator, cooking utensils and dishes. Breakfast supplies are also provided. The sleeping area can be configured with a king size bed or two single beds. Please specify your preference. There is also an alcove with a queen size bed suitable for children. The stairway to the sleeping area is rather steep and not advisable for people with mobility issues. The bathroom include a shower, but no tub. The covered front porch is a lovely place to do your grilling on our large propane grill. Interaction with GuestsThe owners are next-door and readily available, in person or by phone to meet any needs or provide additional supplies. The NeighborhoodThe town of Kasilof is just 30 miles from Kenai and 20 miles from (website hidden). We are about 5 miles from Clam Gulch and 25 miles from Ninilchik. It makes any of these areas readily accessible for either charter fishing or river fishing. Johnson Lake State Park with its great trout and Dolly Varden is right across the road. Getting AroundOwners will be happy to provide transportation for anyone flying in. Personal planes may land at Lawler strip, with permission. This is one half mile from the cabin.
                  Home/Apartment
                  1br Home/Apartment
                  • Pets Allowed
                  • Breakfast
                  • Parking
                  The SpaceThis rustic cabin is secluded and quiet. It is nestled in the trees. This is conveniently located just 1 mile from the Kasilof River. Guest AccessThe efficiency kitchen includes a fridge, microwave, coffeemaker, toaster and electric skillet. There is also a gas barbecue grill. Interaction with GuestsThey hosts are on-site and usually available to take care of any problems or request that may arise. The NeighborhoodWe are across the road from Johnson Lake State Park which offers great fishing in a quiet non-motorized environment. We are 1 mile from the roaring Kasilof River with prime salmon fishing. Getting AroundKasilof is located 170 miles from Anchorage Alaska. it is a beautiful drive in your rental car. Flights are also available to Kenai Alaska which is 30 miles away from Kasilof. If you have your own plane you may land at the local airstrip and we will provide a pick up with transportation to the cabin. We are centrally located near (website hidden) and close to both the Kenai and Kasilof Rivers on the Kenai Peninsula. Other Things to NoteThe sleeping area is in a loft above the living area in this small one room cabin. The stairs is quite steep and not advised for anyone with knee or mobility issues.
                  Home/Apartment
                  6br Home/Apartment
                  • Wifi
                  • Pets Allowed
                  • Breakfast
                  • Parking
                  The SpaceOur cabins are cozy and completely self contained. Each cabin accommodates up to four (4) residents. Each cabin has a kitchenette, flat screen television, dvd player, satellite television reception, wi-fi, and a full bath/wash room. Guest AccessOur guests have access to the scenic Kasilof River right at the confluence of Crooked Creek, just a very short walk out the front door of their cabin. Fishing from the river bank is permitted. Our guests will feel separated from the world when with us, but they are a short twenty (20) minute drive from twenty four (24) hour restaurants and shopping. (We are in the land of the midnight sun after all.) Interaction with GuestsWe offer guide and tour services on site, like guided fishing charters on both rivers and the ocean. Also available are bear watching flights and Alaskan fjord tours from which to watch and photograph the likes of whales, otters, sea lions, puffins and eagles. The NeighborhoodWe have everything you need to explore Alaska on your own or to be escorted by our five (5) expert Alaskan guides. Getting AroundWe offer car rental service right on site, by the day or by the week. Other Things to NoteWe are centrally located on the Kenai Peninsula, a 16,000 square mile Alaskan playground.
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                  1br Home/Apartment
                    This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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                    2br Home/Apartment
                    • Wifi
                    • Breakfast
                    • Parking
                    The SpaceThis rental is a 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom cabin located above the Kasilof River, with beautiful river views. The cabin includes a kitchen with sink, hot plate, dishes, and coffee maker. Each cabin has a deck, complete with a grill. Guest AccessThere is a large front yard and fire pit located in front of the cabins. Each cabin has a deck and grill. There is river access via stairs. Interaction with GuestsLissa will be available via call or text to assist you with any lodging inquiries during your stay. Zac is available to help you book and plan your perfect schedule of fishing and fun while you are on the Alaskan vacation of your lifetime! The NeighborhoodLocated in a quiet and nature filled neighborhood. Getting AroundParking is located on premises in front of cabins. Please park in front of your cabin. Other Things to NoteOur cabins are operated through Zac's guide business Glacier Run Outfitters! Please feel free to visit our business website to find more information on the perfect fishing trip for you!
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                    2br Home/Apartment
                    • Wifi
                    • Breakfast
                    • Parking
                    The SpaceThis rental is a 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom cabin located above the Kasilof River, with beautiful river views. The cabin includes a kitchen with sink, hot plate, dishes, and coffee maker. Each cabin has a deck, complete with a grill. Guest AccessThere is a large front yard and fire pit located in front of the cabins. Each cabin has a deck and grill. There is river access via stairs. Interaction with GuestsLissa will be available via call or text to assist you with any lodging inquiries during your stay. Zac is available to help you book and plan your perfect schedule of fishing and fun while you are on the Alaskan vacation of your lifetime! The NeighborhoodLocated in a quiet and nature filled neighborhood. Getting AroundParking is located on premises in front of cabins. Please park in front of your cabin. Other Things to NoteOur cabins are operated through Zac's guide business Glacier Run Outfitters! Please feel free to visit our business website to find more information on the perfect fishing trip for you!
                    hotel
                    4br hotel
                    • Breakfast
                    • Gym
                    • Parking
                    • Pets Allowed
                    • Swimming Pool
                    • Wifi
                    Situated in Clam Gulch, this bed & breakfast is 2 mi (3.2 km) from Clam Gulch State Recreation Site and within 9 mi (15 km) of Johnson Lake State Recreation Area and Kasilof Historical Regional Society. Holy Transfiguration of Our Lord Church and Soldotna Homestead Museum are also within 20 mi (32 km).
                    hotel
                    Excellent
                    11 reviews
                    6br hotel
                    • Breakfast
                    • Gym
                    • Parking
                    • Pets Allowed
                    • Swimming Pool
                    • Wifi
                    Situated on a river, this bed & breakfast is 1.8 mi (3 km) from Kasilof Historical Regional Society and within 12 mi (20 km) of Johnson Lake State Recreation Area and Clam Gulch State Recreation Site. Soldotna Homestead Museum and Centennial Park are also within 16 mi (25 km).
                    hotel
                    13 reviews
                    hotel
                    • Breakfast
                    • Gym
                    • Parking
                    • Pets Allowed
                    • Swimming Pool
                    • Wifi
                    Situated in Kasilof, this hotel is 2 mi (3.2 km) from Kasilof Historical Regional Society and within 12 mi (20 km) of Johnson Lake State Recreation Area and Clam Gulch State Recreation Site. Soldotna Homestead Museum and Centennial Park are also within 12 mi (20 km).
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                    1br Home/Apartment
                    • Pets Allowed
                    • Parking
                    The SpaceWe are on the Kasilof river with stairs to the fishing. Guest AccessWe have hammocks, conversation/Firepit, BBQ grill, lawn furniture and Horseshoes, lawn games. Beautiful view of two volcanos. Peace and quiet. Only 12 miles from town. Complete privacy but local guidance. We offer fish cleaning station and will process/smoke your fish for a fee, ready to take home! You must clean up after yourselves if you process your fish! We will rent you fishing equipment and clothing. We offer freezer space for your catch! Interaction with GuestsWe are guest friendly! Love giving directions, helping with travel choices and visiting with our guests. We can suggest businesses, dining choices and local attractions. The NeighborhoodLeave the bustle behind you. Two miles off the main road. Quiet, private. A great savings from town pricing. Friendly folks who love to tell about our area. We have a museum director next door, and such a view! We traveled the world and choose to settle here. Lots of moose, often bear and lynx in the outback. Great fishing and hunting in a friendly setting. Getting AroundYou will need a car. We have two available for rent. We are 50 miles from Homer and 12 miles from (URL HIDDEN) Other Things to NoteThere isn't a prettier view to be had. From the riverbank you can see the entire mountain range, two active volcanos and millions of trees on the river. Very private. Forget your troubles and relax! Swing in a hammock.
                    cottage
                    1br cottage
                    • Pets Allowed
                    Enjoy your stay in our one room cabin with a closet, kitchen, half bath located on a private location on 2 acres near the Kasilof River! The cabin offers Satellite TV, freezer availability, a shed, wifi and a dumpster on location! Bring your ATV's! Pets on approval! Enjoy your Alaskan get away in the heart of Kasilof!
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                    2br Home/Apartment
                    • Parking
                    The SpaceOur cabin has 2 bedrooms, with one queen bed and one double bed. There is a oversized living room with two 8' couches and one 6' couch for plenty of extra sleeping room. The kitchen is fully stocked for all of your meal preparation needs, including loads of small appliances and cookware. Blender, toaster, coffee maker, microwave, Ninja....etc. Games, cards, dice, books and toys are also available in the cabin, as well as current issues of ALASKA magazines. Fresh linens are fully stocked. DVD player and movies are also in the cabin. Guest AccessThe property is on 3 acres of mostly wooded land. There is access to fishing from the shore of the Kasilof River from the owners house only a short walking distance away. The deck accommodates a BBQ, patio table and chairs. Interaction with GuestsWe will be available to offer help and/or recommendations if needed. We enjoy interacting with our guests and getting to know them better. The NeighborhoodQuiet and mostly wooded area overlooking the Kasilof River. This property is located on 3 quiet acres. Getting AroundParking is not a problem. Taxi's are available, if needed. Public transportation is not provided in this area. Other Things to NoteA Pack-N-Play and a highchair are available if needed and requested in advance.
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                    2br Home/Apartment
                    • Wifi
                    • Smoking Allowed
                    • Parking
                    Private high end condo with views of mountains, lake and woods. This is a quality higher end executive suite. Private entrance. Large master bedroom with 1 King bed. 2nd bedroom with 1 queen bed 3rd bed in extra living room space if needed Full bathroom with toilet, sink, and shower. Very nice private 40x12 deck overlooking spectacular views. BBQ on deck with lounge furniture. Spectacular mountain views, just minutes to fabulous fishing!! 7 miles from Kenai 4 miles from Kasilof rivers.
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                    Home/Apartment
                    • Wifi
                    • Smoking Allowed
                    • Parking
                    Cute Semi rustic Cabin nice view of mountains lake and woods. 384 square feet cabin with 3/4 bath (shower) nice quite private location 7 miles from Kenai river 4 miles form Kasilof river. 1 queen bed 7/8 kitchen (no stove) has microwave sink toaster oven BBQ outside along with picnic table