Things To Do
See the Ice Carvings

Watch the Bald Eagles

See the Russian Orthodox Church

Make a snow angel

See the Kenai River Caribou Herd

The Aurora Borialis (northern lights) Are spectacular in winter Click Here for forecast

The Mountain Views are spectacular in winter.

Lots of wildliffe Wildlife Viewing

Build a snowman

Watch a hockey game

Watch the fireworks

Go Ice Skating

Go Ice Fishing

Go Cross Country Skiing

Go Snowshoeing

Go Snowmobiling

Shovel some snow
 
Take a walk on the beach

4th of July Parade Kenai City Park Strip (Crafts, live music, food Kenai Park Strip)

Take a day trip to Homer

Have a picnic on the Beach

Soldotna Progress Days
(Parade, car shows, rodeo, food,
live entertainment, booths, dances.)

Halibut Fishing

Bear Veiwing


Go fly a kite

Kenai Peninsula State Fair Ninilchik
   (Exhibits to enjoy and fun for all.)

Go Berry Picking

Flyout Bear Veiwing and fishing

Happy Hour by the Bon fire

BBQ your Salmon

Take some Pictures

Go eat some giant king crab

Watch the sun almost set
Solstice party on June 21st

Berry Picking

Bear Veiwing

Fly an airplane

Take a hike

See a baseball game

Hear some great Alaska stories at the bonfire

Look for the Caribou

Buy an ulu

Take a day trip to Seward
Go Cross Country Skiing

Go Snowshoeing

See the Northern Lights

Take a Hot tub

Winter Solstice December 21st

Relax

Go Clam digging

Take a Hike
Go to the Tree lighting

Community Bonfire

Go Carroling

Watch the Fireworks

See Santa

Have some Hot chocolate

Go Snowmobiling

Watch the snow fall
Kenai Golf Course

GO Halibut Fishing

Flight Seeing Adventures

Go King Fishing

Go on a driving tour

Learn some Alaskan facts

Go bird watching

Day dream

See the Glaciers

Watch a movie
Meet the natives

Relax

Go Halibut Fishing

Watch a moose

Summer Solstice
(longest day of the year)

Go Bear Veiwing

Happy Hour by the Bon fire

Go swimming at the indoor pool

Have lunch at Veronica's

Fish the Famous Kenai River


Summer Fun
Winter Adventures
There are many interesting events and activities happening in the crisp Kenai winters. In the short days of winter you can actually watch the sun moving across the sky.

Watch the Snowmachine Rally

See the start of the Iditarod

Watch the moose

Relax

Chop some wood

Hang out at the Bon fire

Plan your next trip to the
Blonde Bear B & B

47004 Emery Street
Kenai, Alaska  99611-9480
1-888-776-8956
907.776.8957
info@blondebear.com
This page was last updated: May 19, 2014
Clamming at Clam Gultch

Watch the Beluga Whales

Eat King Crab

Read a book

G0 to the NASA Challenger center and space out

Look at the Wildflowers

Take a nap

Walk on the tundra

Take a dog sled ride

Listen to your favorite CD

Have a picnic

Lose your watch

Gaze at the mountains




Have some homemade Alaskan treats

Listen to the quiet

Look at the offshore oil rigs

Go flight seeing

Day dream

Take a fishing charter

Take a walk in the woods

Have a glass of wine



Go swimming at stormy lake

Lay on a blanket and watch the clouds

Eat some fresh halibut

Sit in the hot tub

Play sourdough checkers

Hang out at the Bon fire

Watch a moose

Take a walk on the beach

Play ball with Kizzie and Ayla the speedy dogs

Watch the midnight sun

FInd the balancing house

Take a Fjords cruise


Visit the moose range

Kick back at Happy Hour

Watch the swans

Sleep

Catch a tour of Old Town Kenai

Go shopping

Watch the crazy locals Dip net

Watch the Eagles

Hang out at the Bon fire