Wildlife & Scenery Adventures on Kenai Peninsula

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Discover Alaska’s Playground: The Kenai Peninsula

Welcome to the Kenai Peninsula, aptly nicknamed Alaska’s Playground, where the majesty of the wilderness meets boundless adventure. Kenai Fly Fish (KFF) is renowned for its exceptional fishing expeditions, but our passion for the great outdoors extends far beyond the riverbanks. Join us as we explore the myriad of activities that make the Kenai Peninsula a haven for nature lovers and adventure seekers alike.

Embrace the Great Outdoors Beyond Fishing

Alaska’s vast landscapes and pristine environments provide the perfect backdrop for a variety of adventures that extend well beyond the riverbanks. Whether you’re looking to complement your fishing trip with additional outdoor activities or seeking alternative adventures, the Kenai Peninsula has something special for you.

  • Bear & Wildlife Viewing: Venture into the wilderness for a chance to observe Alaska’s majestic wildlife in their natural habitat. From brown bears to bald eagles, the Kenai Peninsula offers unparalleled wildlife viewing opportunities, creating lasting memories of Alaska’s raw beauty.
  • Clam Digging Adventures: Experience the joy of clam digging along the scenic shores of the Cook Inlet. This family-friendly activity allows everyone to explore tidal pools and discover the diverse marine life, including the coveted razor clams, making for a fun and rewarding day by the sea.
  • White Water Rafting: Feel the rush of adrenaline as you navigate the rapids of the Peninsula’s vibrant rivers. Offering experiences from gentle floats to challenging descents, white water rafting is an exhilarating way to experience the area’s stunning landscapes from a unique perspective.
  • Jet Ski Glacier Adventures: For an unforgettable journey, explore Alaska’s glacial waters by jet ski. Get up close with towering ice formations and navigate through icy waters, offering a thrilling adventure amidst the serene beauty of Alaska’s glaciers.
  • Glacier Hiking Adventures: Strap on your crampons for a hike across the magnificent glaciers of the Kenai Peninsula. Led by experienced guides, this adventure invites you to witness the awe-inspiring beauty of Alaska’s frozen landscapes, from vast ice fields to deep blue crevasses.

Self-Guided Exploration

For those who prefer to discover the wonders of the Kenai Peninsula at their own pace, KFF is happy to provide information and recommendations for self-guided hiking, mountain biking, and even fishing. Explore the Peninsula’s extensive trails, breathtaking scenery, and rich natural heritage, all while creating your adventure.

Make the Most of Your Visit to Alaska’s Playground

At Kenai Fly Fish, we believe the Kenai Peninsula embodies the spirit of adventure and the beauty of the Alaskan wilderness. Beyond our guided fishing tours, we encourage our guests to immerse themselves in the plethora of activities the Peninsula has to offer. Whether it’s witnessing the majesty of wildlife, feeling the thrill of rafting, or exploring ancient glaciers, there’s an adventure waiting for everyone in Alaska’s Playground.

To learn more about these activities and how to incorporate them into your Alaskan journey, contact Kenai Fly Fish. Let us help you plan an unforgettable experience, where fishing is just the beginning of your adventure in the wild and beautiful Kenai Peninsula.


Kenai River Fish Species

Rainbow Trout

Kenai River rainbows can be well over 30 inches and up to 20lbs!

Dolly Varden Char

Dollies range of all sizes and can reach up to about 12 lbs.


Steelhead are very uniform in shape and average around 28 inches. These amazing, acrobatic fish are often a fly fisherman’s favorite to target.

King Salmon

The Kenai River is open to motorized boats, allowing us chase the bite, and stay on the fish!

Sockeye Salmon

Sockeye salmon (also called red salmon) are the most popular salmon to catch on the Kenai Peninsula.

Coho Salmon

Ranging anywhere from 5-20lbs, coho are acrobatic and are probably the most aggressive salmon out there.

Pink Salmon

Pinks are completely underrated, they are extremely aggressive to catch and come in by the millions!


Guided ocean fishing on the world-famous Kenai Peninsula