The best place
Kenai is a windswept Alaskan beach town resting at the intersection of the Kenai River and the Cook Inlet. Kenai is scenic, friendly, and brimming with opportunity for families, businesses and travelers.
Kenai has a rich history of native culture and Russian settlements infused with the spirit of rugged American ideals. It is the heart of Alaskan adventure, providing something for everyone. The Kenai River is also known for its world-class fishing and outdoor recreation.
Learn about Kenai
The City of Kenai page offers more information
about life in Kenai and the activities of local
government to support the growing community.
Kenai has a flourishing business environment
backed by Kenai Chamber of Commerce and
Visitor Center, where local businesses
and entrepreneurs work together to support
Located near Soldotna, Seward, and Homer, Alaska, Kenai is easily accessible from Anchorage via a 30-minute flight to the Kenai Municipal Airport. Traveling by road affords drivers a leisurely and beautiful 3-hour drive on the Seward Highway and Sterling Highway. You can also fly into one of our floatplane basins or travel by boat to our public dock.