The peaceful "small town" atmosphere of Ninilchik and it's central location make it the ideal place to stay when you tour the entire Kenai Peninsula. It is far enough from "city life" to give a sample of the flavor of real Alaska, yet close enough to everything to make it convenient. The community itself offers full amenities with beautiful campgrounds, both public and private, lodging and restaurant facilities.

Look to the south across Cook Inlet and see the distinctive cone of St. Augustine, one of the active volcanoes of the Alaska range. To the north of it is Mt. Iliamna, showing a wisp of smoke at times; farther north is Mt. Redoubt, which erupted as recently as 2009. To the far north is Mt. Spurr, which roared to life several times in 1992. They're beautiful to see, but not dangerous as they're at least 4 miles away.

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