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Driving Directions to Kasilof

Driving Directions to Kasilof River State Recreation Site (Park Dock):

From Anchorage – Take the New Seward HWY South on Route 1 – Drive approximately 150 miles south, which is a total 2.5 to 3 hours drive from Anchorage to Soldotna.

Driving Details:

Drive through Soldotna on the Sterling Highway. Cross the Kenai River Bridge. Do not turn right on Kalifornsky Beach Road or left on Funny River Road to the stoplight. Drive continually on the same road on Sterling highway about 12.5 more miles (where you are heading to Homer) until you see the Kasilof River Bridge. Cross the bridge, and then turn left on first road: Spetz Ave. Turn left immediately to a Kasilof River Recreation Site where you see a state parking lot. Don’t forget to pay for a parking fee.

The lauch site is next to the bridge from the state parking lot. After you park and walk toward to the river. You will be able to find a King of the River drift boat #108 on the Kasilof River.

Physical Address:
Kasilof River State Recreational Site Boat Launch
57685 Sterling Highway
Kasilof, AK 99610

Call us if you have any problems, running late, or other problems
907-279-3474 or 907-230-6633 (text only)
Join us for the 2022 salmon fishing season!

In 2021 our clients landed over 1,000 salmon

We provide premium river fishing guide services that are designed with your fishing experience in mind! Our boats are eco-friendly and roomy for an enjoyable Kenai, Alaska fishing adventure! Come join us for World-Class fishing on the Kenai & Kasilof Rivers. Depending on the season anglers can fish for Kenai king salmon, silver salmon, or sockeye salmon. We also have multi-day fishing trips available if you wish to go halibut fishing. Our Kenai fishing guide service specializes in creating incredible vacation experiences in one of Earth’s last wild frontiers. In 2021 our clients landed over 1,000 salmon on both the Kasilof River and Kenai River!