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Soldotna is a city in and the seat of Kenai Peninsula Borough in Alaska, US. This riverside city lies seven miles along the Kenai River, which was once rated by CNN Travel as one of the ‘World's 15 best rivers for travelers’ due to its ample fishing and hunting opportunities. Soldotna offers a number of tourist attractions like fishing, hunting, hiking, skiing, biking, camping, canoeing and rafting. Those looking for fishing, in particular, would have a gala time here while fishing King, Sockeye, Coho salmons and the much-prized Rainbow Trout and Dolly Varden fish. The city is also a hotbed of wildlife and you would find moose, bears and caribou, besides several species of birds here. Once through with natural sightseeing and fishing in Soldotna, you should take time out for the National Wildlife Refuge. This protected park is spread across 2 acres and is home to bears, moose, caribou, sheep and several fish and bird species. Also of note is the Soldotna Visitor’s Center for its wildlife displays of bear, sheep, bison, wolverines, bald eagles, mountain goats, king crabs and various birds.

Visitors would also take a liking to attend some cultural festivals like the Kenai Peninsula Birding Festival (in May), the Kenai Peninsula Beer Festival (in August), Annual Frozen Riverfest (in February) and the Kenai River Festival (in June).

Soldotna Homestead Museum
Soldotna Homestead Museum offers a panoramic view of the city’s cultural dynamics ever since homesteaders first came here after the Second World War in 1947. You should visit it for several homesteaders' cabins that stand dotted in Centennial Park. Also of note is a collection of handmade utensils, Alaska Native artifacts, boats and an old schoolhouse. This museum is located close to hiking trails and Kenai National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center.
The Kenai National Wildlife Refuge
Created in 1941 and spread in nearly 2 million acres, the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge is a wildlife preserve located in the Kenai Peninsula of Alaska, United States. It consists of different types of refuge like muskeg, wetlands, alpine areas and taiga forests that are home to an extensive wildlife and birdlife. This refuge offers fishing (in Kenai River), campgrounds and boat launches near two local lakes.
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