77 total RV sites, can accommodate Big Rigs in Supersize Sites. Campground offers: full hookups, tent sites, 50 amp service, free WiFi to all sites, dump station, laundry, showers & restrooms, fire rings, BBQ, picnic area, basketball, hiking, nature watching, playground, biking, RV storage, fishing, fish cleaning station, freezer space, and fishing charters. On-site viewing deck (mountains, caribu, moose, Kenai river) with special events (farm tours, hayrides, campfires, hot dog roasts, etc.).
Open year-round - limited facilities during the winter. PA rate not valid from June 20th through August 10th (10% discount offered during black out dates). PA rate is valid for a three night stay on a space available basis. Pets welcome. *Rates are for 2 people - each additional person is $5/night.
Centrally located on the Kenai Peninsula for day trips to Homer, Ninilchik, and Seward. Located 4 miles from Kenai, and 5.5 miles from Soldotna. Take Seward Hwy S from Anchorage to Sterling Hwy. Go S on Sterling Hwy to Soldotna. Stay on Sterling Hwy through Soldotna. After crossing the Kenai River Bridge, bear right at stop light onto Kalifornsky Beach Rd. We are 5.5 miles down on the right side.
Located in the heart of Central Peninsula, Diamond M Ranch Resort is the best choice for RV sites, cabins, & suites.
Centrally located on the Kenai Peninsula for day trips to Homer, Ninilchik, and Seward.
Rate: $38.00, P.A.: $19.00
Regular Rate: $180.00 Discount: 10% Type of Rental: Apt/Cabin/Suite Accommodates: Up to 4 people Linens Provided: Yes Check-in: 3:00PM Check-out: 12:00PM Notes: Most lodging units include full kitchens, private bathrooms, Dish Network, Wi-Fi, private decks, BBQ's, activities, use of all resort amenities, including our tour desk. *Rates are based on double occupancy, each additional person is $15/night.
WOW, what a great place to stay. Best campground we stayed in while in Alaska in 2009. Well kept, clean, helpful staffing, close to great fishing for numerous species. Better than some that were higher priced.Their planning on adding additional sites for 2010 that will be larger sites than you will probably find anywhere else in the state.We found most campground sites in Alaska to be fairly small compared to many campgrounds in the lower 48.