Located just 140 miles via scenic, paved Alaskan highway from Anchorage, Soldotna is the central hub of the Kenai Peninsula. Soldotna borders the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge and other nearby state park lands that are rich in wildlife, home to moose, caribou, brown and black bear, wolves, dall sheep, mountain goats, eagles, swans, ducks, geese, birds, fish, and numerous others. Moose often wander right into town, and bald eagles are commonly seen.
If you’re traveling to Soldotna, book your lodging reservations at the Duck Inn, where you’ll get a clean and cozy room, a delicious meal, and the down-home hospitality that comes with locally-owned establishments.
The Duck Inn’s commitment to authenticity is easily recognized. It’s the reason that they chose twenty Homestead Arm Chairs for their restaurant. Their chairs are handcrafted of solid oak and finished in a light blond stain, made with the kind of attention to quality in detail that represents the Duck Inn.