Things to Do
Alaska is known for its abundance of wildlife, especially bears! While visitors may see a bear while fishing on the river, we encourage people who really want to see bears to consider a fly-out or designated bear viewing tour. With numerous air services in our area, visitors can expect to see bears from the safety of a plane. Contact us for more information!
The Kenai Peninsula has many beautiful hiking opportunities, all within reach from Big Sky! Whether you want to try fishing a mountain lake or take in the view from a tall peak, there is a trail to get you there. We are happy to provide you with map, directions, and bear spray. Contact us for more information!
If you are interested in the thrill of river rafting, the Kenai Peninsula may have just what you are looking for. The Upper Kenai River and Six Mile Creek are frequented by rafters all summer. Guided trips are lead by various outfitters in our area. Contact us for more info!
The Kenai Peninsula has scenic trial rides for those interested in experiencing the area from a different point of view. Horseback riding is a great way to spend the day with your family, when not fishing. Contacts us for more info!
Dog Sled Rides
No snow necessary! Alaska is also known for its history of dog sled racing, as the Iditarod is one of the longest races in the world. Some of the most racers live on the Kenai Peninsula and provide rides all summer long. Contact us for more information!
Kenai Fjords Tours
Kenai Fjords National Park is on the southern end of the Kenai Peninsula. With massive glaciers and abundant wildlife, the Fjords are a great place to enjoy the scenery. With numerous tour crusises out of Seward, Alaska, guests can find a trip to fit their needs.
Alaska Sealife Center
The Alaska Sealife Center in Seward, Alaska is a public aquarium and marine research center. Visitors will learn about Alaska’s marine ecosystems and have close encounters with various marine life. This is a great place to visit with kids and family!
Gold Mining & Panning
Strike it big! Gold has driven exploration and industry throughout Alaska’s history. Now you have an opportunity to find some yourself! Visitors may mine or pan gold with one of various prospectors in our area. Contact us for more information!