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Yep. We hear ya. Wanderlust — it gets right into your soul. So, isn't it time you thought of your next adventure? Cooper Landing awaits!
It sits 5,400 kilometres to the west of the country's capital, Washington.
Bring the children to find out what Alaskan Angling Adventures LLC. has to offer.
You may find washed up treasures while taking a leisurely stroll down the shoreline at Kenai Beach.
Everyone knows that spending time outside in nature can improve your well-being, both mental and physical. Keeping that in mind, why don't you journey 45 kilometres out of Cooper Landing to Kenai Fjords National Park? Mount Marathon, just 45 kilometres away, is another top option.
Discover the culture of this place at the Cooper Landing Museum
Whether you're trying to work on your turns or just get back to base in one piece, Kenai Peninsula has the slopes you're after. Take your pick from Alyeska Ski Resort or Hilltop Ski Area.
The nearby localities of Kenai Lake and Moose Pass are worth your time. They're located 17 kilometres southeast and 35 kilometres northeast away, respectively. Hop in a car and see what they're about!
Seward, 45 kilometres to the southeast, is worth a day trip. Use it as a port of call when visiting Alaska SeaLife Center, the Seward Museum and the Chugach Heritage Center. If you'd like more convincing, other nearby attractions include Caines Head State Recreation Area and Waterfront Park.
'There is no love sincerer than the love of food,' George Bernard Shaw once wrote, but add travel to the mix and it's a match made in heaven. You're invited to merge your two greatest loves by eating and drinking your way across Kenai Peninsula.
Typical food here often includes fireweed honey and reindeer, two essential elements for which this part of the world is known for dishing up.
Intend to be here around the 4th of July? You're in luck. Each year on this day, the entire nation comes together to celebrate Independence Day.
Time to go home from the striking Kenai Peninsula region? You might only have a few U.S dollars left over, but you'll be rich in unforgettable experiences.
With a little preparation, making your way to Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport (ANC), the nearest airport, won't be too hard. It's about 75 kilometres to the north of downtown Cooper Landing.
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