About SoldotnaSoldotna's location on the Kenai Peninsula at the junction of Sterling and Kenai Spur highways has ensured its steady growth since homesteading began in 1947. World War II veterans were among the first homesteaders; they were given a 90-day preference right in choosing and filing for land.
The area is rich with opportunities for year-round recreation—hiking, fishing, camping, canoeing and ice fishing are favored activities. Nearby Kenai River yields record catches of salmon and rainbow trout.
Visitor Centers Soldotna Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Information Center 44790 Sterling Hwy. Soldotna, AK 99669. Phone:(907)262-9814
Things to Do Kenai National Wildlife Refuge
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