Alaskas Kenai Peninsula's
Maps - Charts & Directions
Kenai Peninsula - Alaska's "Vacation Heartland!!!"
Alaska's City's & Highways
Anchorage Airport to the Kenai Peninsula
Directions to the Homestead Trophy Lodge:

When you leave the airport you will be heading east on International Airport Road.
You will go through the first intersection at Jewel Lake Road.
Next you will come to an overpass and you need to turn right heading south on Minnesotta Blvd. 
Minnesotta Blvd. will turn into O'Malley Road. 
Follow O'Malley to the NEW Seward Hwy 1 (not the Old Seward Hwy). Turn right onto the New Seward Hwy heading south.
Drive 150 miles south, which is a about a three hour drive from Anchorage to Soldotna
South Anchorage Portage toward the Kenai Peninsula
After you leave Anchorage you will drive along the ocean on The Turnagain Arm Inlet.
You will pass by The Alyeska Ski Resort in Girdwood and at the end of the inlet is Portage Glacier.
After your drive along the inlet you will climb quickly from sea level to Turnagain Pass.
Hwy. 1 Anchorage to to the Kenai Peninsula
After leaving Anchorage you will follow the Seward Hwy south for approximately 82 miles where there is a turnoff.
You will turn right onto the Sterling Hwy. 1 going to Soldotna, Kenai, and Homer.
Follow the Sterling Hwy. approximately 70 miles to Soldotna.

Kenai Peninsula Fishing Hot Spots
Cooper Landing - Kenai & Russian River  Sterling - Middle Kenai River  Soldotna - Kenai - Lower Kenai River
Nikiski Swanson River Kasilof River - Ninilchick River Deep Creek  Anchor Point River
Homer- Cook Inlet & Katchamak Bay
Seward Reserection Bay - Kenai Fjords National Park
Soldotna - Kenai
Homestead Trophy Lodge
Kenai Peninsula Fishing
When you come into Soldotna you will go through the first traffic light at Fred Meyers.
After going through the light you will take your next right onto the Spur Hwy.
Follow the Spur Hwy about 6 miles. You will go buy a  convenience store called the One Stop.
Shortly after that you will see Dogwood Street then N. Fern Street on the right hand side.
Our driveway is the next road after N. Fern Street on the right hand side.
Follow the driveway about a quarter of a mile and it ends at the house.

(907) 283-2665 Homestead Trophy Lodge
(907) 283-1972 Steve's house #
(907) 252-1763 Steve's cell #
                                     (Homestead Trophy Lodge)
Highway # 1 from Anchorage to Homer
Lower Kenai River
Upper Kenai River
Directions to our Kenai River Cabins & Boat Dock
From Anchorage - Take the New Seward HWY South on Route 1 - Drive 150 miles south, which is a total Three hours drive from Anchorage to Soldotna. Drive through Soldotna on the Sterling Highway. Cross the Kenai River bridge.
You will come to a stoplight, which will say Kalifornsky or K-Beach Road. Take a right turn and drive for about 4.5 miles.
Look for all of the (River Access & Guide) big blue highway signs.
Take a right on Ciechanski Road. Drive for about 2.5 more miles and follow The signs to Kenai River Bend Campground.
Pass River Bend & take the left & park in the Cast Away Cove parking lot.
Walk back across the road and over the foot bridge to the island.  follow the wooden boardwalk to the cabins & our boat docks.
Topographical Maps of the Kenai Peninsula
From Anchorage Rounding Turnagain Armthrough the mountains to the Kenai
Soldotna - Kenai
The Lower Kenai River
The Montains of Copper Landing Sterling - Soldotna & The Kenai River
From Soldotna Down The Coast: Kasilof - Ninilchick Deep Creek - Anchor Point
Anchor Point to The Homer Boat Harbor Kachemak Bay  Left into Cook Inlet
Seward & Resurrection Bay Heading Towards Kenai Fjords National Park
Hwy. # 1 Crossing The Border of Canada & Ending in Homer Where The Dotted Lines in The Ocean Show The Routes of our Alaska Marine Ferry System
.Alaska has 39 mountain ranges and 17 of the 20 highest peaks in North America. Major mountain chains and mountain ranges are the Alaska Range, which includes Mount McKinley as well as several volcanic peaks that can be seen across Cook Inlet from Anchorage; the Brooks Range in northwest Alaska; the Chugach Range around Anchorage; the St. Elias Mountains including the 18,000-foot Mount St. Elias (North America's second highest peak, Mount Logan, at 19,545 feet, is located on the Canadian side of the St. Elias Mountains); and the Fairweather Range, which stretches down into the southeast panhandle.

Alaska is part of the "Pacific Ring of Fire," a string of volcanoes that stretches from Asia into North America. It has more than 100 volcanoes and volcanic fields, many of them in the Aleutian Islands. A 1912 eruption created the "Valley of 10,000 Smokes" on the Alaska Peninsula and was the largest 20th century eruption in the world. Mount Spurr and Mount Redoubt, about 100 miles west of Anchorage, erupted in the 1990s.The Mount Spurr eruption in 1992 brought activity to a standstill when an inch of ash rained down on the city residents.

Directions for Goggle Earth to view Our Homestead in Alaska from space.
Directions to the Homestead Trophy Lodge using Goggle Earth:

Go to - view - full screen - & X out the file on the left. 

Spin the Earth & stop & center it on Alaska.

At the bottom of Alaska go to the Kenai Peninsula.
Keep clicking on the Kenai Wildlife Refuge & then for Kenai - Soldotna.
We are halfway between Soldotna & Kenai on Beaver Creek,

Grab the map by holding down the clicker & dragging your viewing screen to the center before Zooming in.

Just above the third high loop on the Kenai River is the Spur Hwy. 
Follow the Spur Hwy up & left to the first intersection.
Our road is one street back & to the right of the creek.  Bound Brook Dr.
Follow our Driveway into the Homestead & zoom in on the cabins.

You can follow Beaver Creek back to The Kenai River.  Go upstream to The Big Eddy mile 14. 
You can see us Fishing in the boat with a FISH ON out in front of our Kenai River cabin.

You have to pay Google their $20 to zoom in any closer to see what color plug we are using.

Now zoom back out & see if you can find your house......

For more information or just to talk FISHING


Call for a live Fishing report:
Kenai River Cell  (907) 252-1763