The upcoming fishing season is so close that we can practically smell the fresh, early-morning mountain air and feel the sudden tug from a massive king or feisty silver salmon. There’s still time to book a once-in-a-lifetime spring, summer, or fall Alaska fishing trip on the world-famous Kenai River. But act fast because availability dries up quickly once we near the summer months! Soldotna B&B Lodge not only rests along a particularly beautiful stretch of the Kenai River, but we also have the largest selection of Alaska fishing packages on the peninsula.
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It might not seem like it at the moment, but we’re quickly approaching the upcoming spring fishing season here at Soldotna B&B Lodge, the premier family-friendly Alaska fishing lodge. We’re conveniently located on the world-famous Kenai River in the heart of Soldotna, giving us ideal access to some of the best salmon fishing in North America.
There’s just something special about Alaska weddings; perhaps it’s the fresh mountain air, the soothing sounds of a rushing river, and the beautiful natural landscape. Every year, thousands of couples choose the Last Frontier as their destination wedding locale. We’ve helped plan weddings for couples from Sweden, Japan, Switzerland, and, of course, the United States.
Birdwatching’s meteoric rise in popularity was a welcomed surprise here in the Last Frontier. Alaskans have been “birding” long before 50 million Americans began venturing into peaceful preserves, popular state parks, and dense, secluded forestry in search of rare birds. We’re lifelong bird lovers here at Soldotna B&B Lodge, which is why created two unique birding in Alaska packages: Birder’s Bounty and Birder’s Brief One.
With the holiday season upon us, it’s time to start planning a much-needed wintertime escape to Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula. The salmon fishing season on the Kasilof and Kenai rivers has sadly wrapped up until next May, but Soldotna B&B Lodge still offers the best adventure packages in Soldotna, Alaska. While we’re best known for our premier fishing charters, visitors can spend each afternoon dog sledding, ice fishing, and snowmobiling in Alaska with the Winter Wonderland package.
A little snow never hurt anyone. Just because winter is peeking its head around the corner, doesn’t mean we’re not thoroughly enjoying the beautiful Last Frontier. While we’re no longer accepting Alaska fishing trips this season, we’re gearing up for highly-anticipated wintertime dog sledding at Seavey’s. Soldotna B&B Lodge provides the best Alaska dog sled tours within 500 miles. These tours trek deep into the vast Alaskan wilderness with the help of the friendliest, toughest, and most gifted sled dogs on the Kenai Peninsula.
No single vacation in Soldotna, Alaska, is the same thanks to the seemingly endless activities offered at Soldotna B&B Lodge. Yes, our lodge guides eager anglers from May through October in search of salmon, trout, and halibut, but we also customize week-long vacation packages to include glacier tours, birdwatching, canoeing, whale watching, and bear viewing. Our peaceful, affordable, and cozy lodge rests on the edge of the famous Kenai River, so you’re never more than a few steps from a fishing adventure!
Very few fishing lodges in the vast state of Alaska can match what Soldotna B&B Lodge brings to the table. Most Kenai Peninsula lodges offer the bare minimum: overpriced fishing, warm meals, and a tiny bed. Soldotna B&B is a family-run lodge that is devoted to providing prospective anglers with ultimate Alaska fishing trips. Not only do we have jam-packed fishing packages with whale watching, bear viewing, and canoe trips, but our prices genuinely cannot be beaten.
Fall’s peak is nearly here on the Kenai River in southcentral Alaska. Over the next handful of weeks, the river bend will transform from forest green to a meld of crimson, marigold, and amber. Soldotna Bed & Breakfast Lodge, home to premier Alaska fishing charters, is steps away from the rushing Kenai River, which is teeming with delicious salmon and beautiful trout. Eager anglers from all across the globe travel each year to the Kenai Peninsula for genuinely once-in-a-lifetime fishing expeditions.
Soldotna, Alaska, is a terrific place to search and gather wild berries! Blueberries, raspberries, currants, salmonberries, and huckleberries, are great for eating right off the bush or making preserves! After harvesting your share of berries, you can eat them on your way back to Soldotna B&B, or save them for baking or preserves. If you are planning on freezing them, we'll share our secret: Single layer the berries on a cookie sheet and freeze them. Then place them in a container and back into the freezer, this will make them easier to remove from the container.