The Main Lodge and Mt. Cecil Cabin house our guests during their stay, while the Russian River Cabin serves as a common recreational area. Reservations for single rooms, individual cabins, or the entire property are available to visitors.
All our guests are welcome to enjoy the 18 acres of private property that surrounds the lodge. Manicured lawns, flower beds, yard games, a large fire pit with bench seating, and private hiking trails are at your disposal.
Built in 1974, this historic building made of hand-hewn logs has four bedrooms and three bathrooms. It is fully equipped with a modern kitchen, dining room table for up to 16 people, comfortable sitting room with stone fireplace, loft library full of Alaskan stories, maps, and history, large deck with views of the Kenai River and surrounding mountains, as well as a BBQ grill and picnic tables. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the property.
Built in 2002, our most recent log cabin has three spacious bedrooms with three bathrooms. Comfortably equipped with a common dining and sitting area, guests will find convenient appliances and a charcoal grill for meal preparation. The cabin also provides a deck with panoramic views and a picnic table. Rent a private room independently, or the entire cabin for your group. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the property.
The Russian River Cabin was originally built in 1974, and later remodeled in 2001. This cabin serves as our honeymoon suite for exclusive property rentals, or a common recreational area for the Main Lodge and Mt. Cecil Cabin guests. It has two levels with the main floor housing a billiard table, 50" plasma TV with DVD player and VCR, as well as a glass-enclosed sun room with wood stove. The lower floor has one bedroom and one bathroom, a 36" LCD TV with DVD player and VCR, comfortable sitting area with DVD and VHS library, hot-rock sauna and, on the outside deck, a seven-person jacuzzi hot tub. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the property.
The world famous Kenai River begins at Kenai Lake and runs 80 miles to Cook Inlet. The river is divided into three sections: the Upper, the Middle, and the Lower River. Each section is unique in its scenery and can offer fishermen and women different species of fish, fishing techniques, and overall experience on the water. Walk-in trips to the Russian River, Quartz Creek, the Anchor, and other small streams are available. Fully guided fishing trips (gear and tackle included), start at $175.00 - $300.00 per angler, per day. Multi-day packages are available.
The backcountry of Alaska awaits those few anglers who are willing to get off the road-system. A mere 30 to 40 minute flight can get you and your companions to some amazing streams teeming with Alaskan trophies. There is no better way to see the last frontier than from the seat of a floatplane!