Krog's Kamp offers the best in accommodations and world class fishing, wildlife viewing, whale watching, birding, horseback riding, flight seeing, touring, clamming, and hiking experiences. Come and join the Krog's Kamp family.
Starting atUS $250 / Night/Room
Situated on the banks of the famous Kenai River, world class fishing is our specialty. Whether king, red, or silver salmon, giant halibut or trophy rainbow trout is your target, you will find fishing with the Krog's Kamp team a rewarding and exciting experience. Other activities include rafting, hiking, horseback riding, and wildlife viewing to name a few. Moose frequently wander through the Kamp and eagles are often perched in the trees out front near the river. Krog's Kamp is unique. You won't find another Resort
on the Kenai that compares.
There is a large lawn out front near the river where you will find a gazebo, a firepit, picnic benches, lawn chairs, and the most superb view you will see anywhere in the area. In the trees, you will find a luxurious hot tub, a large sauna, and a well equipped fitness cabin. There are also golf courses nearby as well as horse stables for the equestrian lover. If art is your love, you will find a great exhibit at the Kenai Visitor's Center as well as many art studios in the area.
We have both deluxe chalets overlooking the river and more rustic cabins in the trees. The interiors of our chalets are beautifully decorated and can be seen on the acommodations page of our web site. You will find plush carpeting, comfortable furnishings, walls accented with wood, modern kitchens with loads of amenities, TV/VCRs, and a wonderful warm cozy atmosphere. Our cabins are similarly decorated but with a more rustic touch. Outdoors you will find covered decks with gas grills where you can relax and watch the river as you prepare your dinner.
Krog's Kamp has the finest cuisine in the area. However, if you prefer to dine away from the kamp, there are many restaurants in the local area offering a wide array of specialties or you can prepare your own meals in the well equipped kitchen in your unit.. Many different activities are offered in the surrounding area including dog sled touring through Resurrection Canyon and helicopter rides over the Harding Ice Field. Here at the kamp, you will find a computer station for guest use and a dining and conference area for up to 540 persons.
We book guided fishing trips, flight seeing trips, marine tours, rental vehicles, and whatever else our guests may want. We can arrange for therapeutic massages and can provide room service if requested and arranged for ahead of time. Our goal is to provide the ultimate in good old time Alaskan hospitality and service. Full meal service is available on a reservation basis.
Policies & Restrictions
We are a smoke free facility but do provide sand cans on the decks for our smoking friends. We do not permit pets. There are no age or gender restrictions, although we caution folks with small children about the dangers of the river. Most guests are male fishermen although we do have a few lady fisherwomen. We also offer activities for women who do not fish. There is a new state of the art day spa in the area now offering a wide array of services. Come and pamper yourself while enjoying the beauty of Alaska.
Rates & Availability
Our rates vary depending on the season and the accommodations you choose. We prefer to setup custom packages although we do have a few preset packages. Our aim is to please our guests and are happy to customize any package to our guests desire.
We require a 50% deposit to hold reservations. We have a thirty day cancellation policy. Cancellations within 30 days of arrival will forfeit deposit unless we are able to fill the space, therefore, we do suggest that visitors purchase trip insurance.
The Kenai River is famous for its huge runs of king, red, and silver salmon as well as for its trophy rainbow trout. Nearby Cook Inlet and Resurrection Bay both produce big halibut, and delicious razor clams can be harvested on the beaches of Cook Inlet. The area boasts of its natural beauty where wild flowers abound in the summer months and several volcanoes can easily be seen from the Kenai Flats. There are also a large variety of birds in the area for the birding enthusiast.
Krog's Kamp is exactly one mile down Big Eddy Road off the Kenai Spur Highway approximately 1.75 miles from the Sterling Highway. Our physical address is 45817 Big Eddy Road, Soldotna, AK 99669.
Bob is retired from the Air Force and Mel is a former Air Force flight nurse, hence we have a great deal of admiration for our military brothers and sisters. As such, we do offer military discounts to active and retired military members. We also offer Senior discounts in May, June, August, and September not to be combined with any other discount.
|May 15 - May 31||US $75||US $115||per person based on 2/room|
|June 1 - June 30||US $105||US $125||per person based on 2/room|
|July 1 - July 31||US $125||US $200||per person based on 2/room|
|Aug 1 - Aug 31||US $105||US $125||per person based on 2/room|
|Sep 1 - Sep 30||US $75||US $115||per person based on 2/room|
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Sep 07, 2008 05:27 pm
Krog's kamp is great place to go fishing and if you can convince Mel to cook you will be eating well too. Everything is perfectly organized and well coordinated. Mel employ's great guides and you will have fun while catching your share. Great scenery and great people. ... more
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