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Krogs's Kamp

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POB 3913
Soldotna, Alaska 99669
Phone: 907 262-2671
Fax: 907 262-2272

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Located 150 road miles south of Anchorage on the Kenai River near Soldotna, Krog's Kamp offers world class fishing for King Salmon, Halibut, and Rainbow Trout.

Along with great fishing, deluxe accommodations and genuine old time Alaskan hospitality, you'll find a new family of friends at Krog's Kamp.

Whether you're looking for deluxe accommodations or rustic, Krog's Kamp has it all. There are large chalets overlooking the river and deluxe or rustic cabins nestled in the woods. There is a gazebo near the river's edge where you can kick back and relax and watch the nearby kampfire. After a day on the water, sit a spell in the sauna or hot-tub. On an exercise regime, use the equipment in our new fitness cabin to keep on track. Come to the Kenai Peninsula and stay at Krog's Kamp...join the Krog's Kamp family.

Krog's Kamp is open year round and owners Mel and Bob Krogseng strive to provide the ultimate in vacation pleasure. If you're coming to the Peninsula for business, you'll find a comfortable meeting place, computer hookup, fax, and telephone services available in the main lodge.

Summer activities include world class fishing for king salmon, red salmon, silver salmon, trophy rainbows, arctic char, and barndoor sized halibut.

Winter activities include snow machining, glacier skiing, cross country skiing, dog sledding, and ice fishing in near by lakes.

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Location Within the State:
Type: Lodge/Resort
Rates: 95 - 250
Credit Cards: Visa, MC, AMEX
Nearest Fishing: Kenai River
Amenities: Fishing, Modem Friendly, Beach, Golf, Rafting, Boating, Hiking, Hot Tub, Horseshoes, Camping, Canoeing, Laundry
Attractions: Kenai National Wildlife Refuge, Chugach National Forest, Challenger Learning Center, Redoubt Volcano, Seward Sealife Center, Exit Glacier, Capt Cook State Park,
Directions: DRIVING TOUR TO KROG'S KAMP "On the Kenai River" Driving south on the Seward Highway

About 45 minutes out of Anchorage you will come upon the Girdwood turnoff. If you take a left on Girdwood Road, you will find Crow Creek. You will continue southward until you see the road directional sign indicating the turnoff to Soldotna and other communities on the west side of the Kenai Peninsula. Once you take the cutoff, you are about an hour away from the kamp.

You will travel through Cooper Landing, pass Kenai Lake, and along the Kenai River.

After you have traversed "the flats", you will come through the community of Sterling. Soldotna is 17 miles further down the road. When you see a stop light, you will know you are at Soldotna. Take a right hand turn at the second light onto the Kenai Spur Highway. About one and three quarter miles up the Kenai Spur Highway, Big Eddy Road cuts off to the left. Exactly one mile down Big Eddy Road on the left is our sign and driveway. Follow the driveway up front to the office and we will get you checked in, get your fishing license and get you settled in. We look forward to seeing you soon and WELCOME to KROG’S KAMP and THE GREAT LAND! Phone 907-262-2671 just in case you need it when driving down.

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