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Alaska Hooksetters is located in the town of Kenai in the heart of the Kenai Peninsula. The lodge sits on five acres of beautiful woodland. The view is of the Kenai River Valley. Expect creature comforts with rustic charm and modern convenience. The main lodge guests 4-5 people and has two private baths. There are four cabins that sleep up to three people, and each has a private bath.
Meals here are served family style, and the food is good. The dining hall and kitchen are housed in two yurts and offer an excellent place for dinner and breakfast. Expect meals to be healthy and robust on a five-star scale. The guest experience is private, but the covered fire pit serves as a central gathering spot in the evening and guests can talk about fishing as they socialize over appetizers.
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