While visiting Alaska Angler's Roost, there are a variety of activities you can do on the Kenai Peninsula. While fishing is a main draw for visitors, you can also enjoy other outdoor pursuits, including whitewater rafting, bear viewing, bird watching, wildlife watching, hiking, canoeing or kayaking, clamming, beach combing and more. All of these activities are just a beautiful and leisurely drive from your home base at Alaska Angler's Roost.
If you want to see Alaska from a different perspective, take a flightseeing trip. A flight on a small plane will give you a bird's eye view of the spectacular scenery and a unique chance to spot wildlife.
If your looking for cultural pursuits, there are a few museums in the area. In Kenai and Soldotna, stop by the Visitor Centers for some unique Alaskan exhibits and more information about the local area. Kenai also features a walking tour of "Fort Kenai" and a Russian Orthodox Church, open to the public.
On the way to Homer, stop in picturesque Ninilchik Village. In Homer the Pratt Museum, offers a look at all things Alaskan, including art, animals, fishing and more. Visit their touch tank and aquariums. You can even view the numerous sea birds on "Gull Island" with their remote viewing system.
Taking a day off from fishing? Drive over to Seward and visit Exit Glacier, or hike Mount Marathon, home of an annual 4th of July walk/run. Or visit the Sealife Center for an up close and personal view of some of Alaska's underwater inhabitants. Walk the harbor, eat fish and chips and enjoy the local shops and scenery.
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