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Kenai Peninsula, AK - 174 RV Rentals
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2014 Winnebago Minnie Winnie

73.8 miles from Kenai Peninsula, AK

Class C Motor Home / Sleeps 6

2016 Winnebago Minnie Winnie

73.8 miles from Kenai Peninsula, AK

Class C Motor Home / Sleeps 10

2011 delete listing

71.8 miles from Kenai Peninsula, AK

Travel Trailer / Sleeps 4

2015 Outback Terrain 265TRB

71.5 miles from Kenai Peninsula, AK

Travel Trailer / Sleeps 4

2012 Sunseeker by Forest River Le Series M-2300 Ford E350

69.8 miles from Kenai Peninsula, AK

Class C Motor Home / Sleeps 6

2012 Sunseeker by Forest River Le Series M-2450S Ford E450

69.8 miles from Kenai Peninsula, AK

Class C Motor Home / Sleeps 6

2012 Sunseeker by Forest River Le Series M-2250S Ford E450

69.8 miles from Kenai Peninsula, AK

Class C Motor Home / Sleeps 6

2013 Sunseeker by Forest River Le Series M-3010DS Ford E450

69.8 miles from Kenai Peninsula, AK

Class C Motor Home / Sleeps 6

2007 Jayco Jayfeather

67.7 miles from Kenai Peninsula, AK

Travel Trailer / Sleeps 7

2003 Nash N20

67.7 miles from Kenai Peninsula, AK

Travel Trailer / Sleeps 5

2015 Forrest River/ Sun Seeker

68.8 miles from Kenai Peninsula, AK

Class C Motor Home / Sleeps 8

2011 Winnebago Chalet

71.7 miles from Kenai Peninsula, AK

Class C Motor Home / Sleeps 7

2014 Sunseeker 3100ss

75.7 miles from Kenai Peninsula, AK

Class C Motor Home / Sleeps 8

1998 Four Winds California Flyer

68.5 miles from Kenai Peninsula, AK

Class C Motor Home / Sleeps 5

2015 Winning minni

73.8 miles from Kenai Peninsula, AK

Class C Motor Home / Sleeps 6

2016 Cherokee 274DBH

82.8 miles from Kenai Peninsula, AK

Travel Trailer / Sleeps 6

2009 Delete listing

82.8 miles from Kenai Peninsula, AK

Travel Trailer / Sleeps 4

2014 Winnebago Chalet

81.8 miles from Kenai Peninsula, AK

Class C Motor Home / Sleeps 7

2011 Forest River Sunseeker

67.5 miles from Kenai Peninsula, AK

Class C Motor Home / Sleeps 8

2016 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Van

72.1 miles from Kenai Peninsula, AK

Class B Camping Van / Sleeps 2

2000 FLEETWOOD BOUNDER

89.4 miles from Kenai Peninsula, AK

Class A Motor Home / Sleeps 6

2015 Keystone Outback 250trs

83.6 miles from Kenai Peninsula, AK

Travel Trailer / Sleeps 5

2000 Winnebago, Chieftain

66.7 miles from Kenai Peninsula, AK

Class A Motor Home / Sleeps 6

2003 Gulfstream Independence

67.2 miles from Kenai Peninsula, AK

Class C Motor Home / Sleeps 8

1991 Coleman Roanoke Royale Popup

67.8 miles from Kenai Peninsula, AK

Folding Trailer / Sleeps 4

1999 Georgie Boy Maverick

70.7 miles from Kenai Peninsula, AK

Class C Motor Home / Sleeps 7

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Motorhome, Camper and RV Rentals Kenai Peninsula, AK

RV Rental Reviews near Kenai Peninsula, AK

Kenai Peninsula, Alaska

Check out the Kenai Peninsula in your RV rental from RVshare! The Kenai Peninsula is a large peninsula that juts out from the southern coast of Alaska. It is believed that the name Kenai is derived from Kenayskaya, the Russian name for Cook Inlet; which borders the peninsula to the west. This area includes several of the most populous towns in southern Alaska including Seward, Kenai, Soldotna, Cooper Landing, and Homer; as well as several other smaller settlements and villages. All of these deserve a visit in your RV rental Kenai Peninsula AK!
 
Kenai is called Alaska’s Playground for a good reason. Nothing about this area is stuffy or formal. No other destination offers such a personal Alaskan experience. With over 15,000 square miles of extraordinary adventure and excitement to choose from, even Alaskans from other regions come to visit in an RV rental in Kenai Peninsula, Alaska.

Popular Tourist Attractions

The Kenai Peninsula offers some of the most accessible wilderness adventures in Alaska. There are many things to do here like multiday hikes through the snowcapped Kenai Mountains, exploring never before seen lost coves in remote corners of the Kenai Fjords National Park or battling some of the biggest fish in the area with your RV rental Kenai AK. In every forgotten corner, you will find yourself immersed in the natural world and get to experience for yourself what makes Alaska really wild.

ACE Fishing Adventures

This is the best river float undertaking that you will ever experience. Embark on a journey with trusted Kenai and Kasilof River guides from a company that has been in operation since 2004. They offer fishing charters for the famous Kenai River King Salmon, rainbow trout, and silver salmon. This is in addition to fly out fishing trips, halibut, and scenic wildlife viewing. They are open most of the year but their peak season runs from May through October for any Kenai River RV rentals!

Crescent Lake

Crescent Lake is a large lake in the central Kenai Peninsula where you can fish for grayling and trout. It is important to note that grayling only live in lakes that are above 3000 feet; therefore Crescent Lake is one of few places on the Kenai Peninsula where a wild stock of grayling can be found. Typically, graylings grow to be anywhere from 10-14 inches long, but there have been tales of graylings in the lake that have grown to 19 inches. In addition, the lake has two trails that will make an excellent expedition for the entire family. This is where you will get an opportunity to see bears, goats, and other wildlife.

The Russian River

The Russian River is one of the most popular fishing streams in the Kenai Peninsula area. Like the Kenai, the Russian River is famous for fishing, especially for sockeye and silver salmon. It is important to note that there is no direct road access to the river. However, it can be reached by hiking or by a privately operated ferry that crosses the Kenai to take fishermen to the mouth of the Russian River.

Campgrounds and State/National Parks

A great RV park will help you get away from the rat race, reconnect with the outdoors and spend some quality time with your family. Check out the following Kenai Peninsula RV parks to see which one best fit your needs.

Diamond M Ranch Resort

This RV Park wants to be your Kenai Peninsula Headquarters and invites you to make this your home on the Kenai Peninsula. You can indulge in many of their amenities or even clam and fish on the property. In addition, the Diamond M Ranch Resort is a short drive to Seward or Homer. Features and benefits include:
 
Pet friendly
Wi-Fi
77 available sites
Outdoor games
Horseshoes
Playground
Rec hall
Planned activities
Laundry
Restrooms
Pet services
Showers
Self-service RV wash

Klondike RV Park and Cottage

The Klondike campground is located just one block away from the famous Kenai River and is one of the nicest and newest RV parks on the Kenai Peninsula. Come experience their hospitality in a friendly, welcoming, and relaxing environment. In addition, this RV Park is located less than five minutes from downtown Soldotna. Features and benefits include:
 
Wi-Fi
Pet friendly
27 sites with full hookup
Laundry facilities
Picnic area
Shower/facilities
Biking trails
Fishing
Nature/hiking trails
100 amp service

Beluga Lookout Lodge and RV Park

This RV Park offers a unique camping experience and overlooks the mouth of the world-famous Kenai River. It is conveniently situated in Old Town Kenai and has spectacular views of the Cook Inlet, Kenai River, and the Mt. Illiamna and Mt. Redoubt volcanoes. Relax and enjoy a true Alaskan camping vacation Beluga Lookout Lodge and RV Park in your motorhome rental Kenai. Features and benefits include:
 
Pet friendly
Free Wi-Fi
Gift shop
Cable TV
Pavilion
Fish cleaning facilities
Gift shop
Showers
Clean restrooms
Laundry facilities
Barbecue grills
Picnic area
Smoke-free property

Events

There’s always something to do in the Kenai Peninsula, especially if you are the outdoorsy type. To get a taste of what they have to offer, check out some of the following events.

Festivals

There are many festivals that occur in the Kenai Peninsula, but one of the most interesting is the Seward Music and Arts Festival, which is held every last weekend in September. This end of the summer celebration brings together an eclectic mix of local musicians and artists to showcase their work to the public. In addition, there’s lots of stuff kids can do including mural painting and circus training.

Sports

If you are looking for something with a little more excitement, be sure to check out the Homer Jackpot Halibut Derby that starts in the beginning of May. The contest continues for five months and provides contestants with the opportunity to win about $200,000 in cash and prizes. However, if running is more your speed, be sure to check out The Mount Marathon Race. It takes place on Independence Day and attracts runners who love challenges. This run is incredibly steep and includes a near vertical peak. This is also an awesome occasion for those who like to yell and drink beer.

The Bottom Line

Whether you would like to enjoy some peace and quiet, revel in nature, do some fishing, or participate in some festivals, the Kenai Peninsula abounds with many entertainment opportunities. Hopefully, the above list has provided you with some inspiration and a taste of what the Kenai Peninsula is like. Hop in your RV from RVShare and have fun exploring what this beautiful peninsula has to offer!
 
Thank you for choosing RVshare for your RV rental Kenai Peninsula!

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