|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
3 DAY MINIMUM $250 PER NIGHT PLUS 3% TAX
Our Serenity Cabin is a cozy rustic Alaskan Spruce log cabin accommodating 1- 3 people built in the 60’s and will take you back to simpler times. The kitchenette has a small gas stove/oven and full refrigerator with icemaker, (no dishwasher due to septic system) with all the essential setups needed to prepare a quick meal. The dining table is snuggled near a futon couch and a wood burning stove. One set of bed linens and one set of towels per guest per stay. The shower bathroom is on the main level of the cabin. A spiral staircase takes you to a sleeping loft with a full and twin bed overlooking the views of the Kenai River. On the small outside deck you can hear the rushing of the rapids near the river bank. A wall heater and wood burning stove is available for the cool nights. WIFI Internet and Direct TV in cabin. No laundry available on site.
Check-in is at 4:00 P.M.
Check-out is at 10:00 A.M.
Late departures will result in another days charge.
Kenai River Soaring Eagle Lodge & Cabins books 3 day minimum.
SALES TAX: A 3% Kenai Peninsula Borough County sales tax will be added to the rental rate if not collected upon booking reservation.
RESERVATION DEPOSIT AND CANCELLATION: Your reservation requires a 50% prepaid rental deposit made by PayPal at the time of making the reservation. Your reservation deposit of 50% prepaid rental fee is refundable should the reservation be cancelled at least 90 days prior to arrival date but a $100 Cancellation Fee will be deducted. Full payment is due 90 days prior to arrival.
Your remaining 50%, plus 3% local sales tax on total rental fee are required no later than 90 days prior to your arrival date on Pay Pal.
If you must cancel during the 90 days prior to your arrival date, you would forfeit the entire reservation (prepaid rent) deposit and applicable local taxes.
A $250 Security Deposit Waiver form will be completed and provided upon arrival if booking through Pay Pal.
CLEAN AND DAMAGE: A basic cleaning and sanitizing is provided prior to your arrival and upon your departure on the Lodge and Cabins. Guests are financially responsible for damages and for additional cleaning if necessary due to not leaving the Lodge and/or Cabin/s as required in list below:
If housekeeping finds the Lodge and/or Cabin/s are in an unacceptable condition beyond normal wear and tear; photos will be taken and shared with the renter and an additional charge for actual labor to clean or repair/replace for damage will be charged against your security deposit amount.
You are required to:
Wash with soap and hot water all dishes, silverware, utensils, glassware, pots & pans and place back in cabinets.
Remove food items from refrigerator and freezer and wipe out upon departure.
Remove your trash and recycling often during rental period and upon final departure and place it in appropriate Borough dumpsters along Funny River Road. It is important, due to bear activity, that no food or trash be left outside or in your vehicle, and you clean up the kitchen after preparation of a meal to eliminate the smell of cooked food.
No fish can be cleaned on property only at river’s edge as per approved river restriction guidelines. Fish can be stored in Lodge or Cabin/s refrigerator or freezers but must be placed in double sealed freezer bags and removed within 24 hours to a processor.
Cleaning products, hand soap, bath soap, shampoo, sponge and scouring pad
Toilet paper, 1 roll of paper towel, coffee filters and trash bags for garbage
Salt & pepper and Sugar
1 set of towels (face, hand, bath)and bed linens per person per 7 day rental and dish towels
dishware, glassware, utensils, pots/pans, coffee maker, toaster
1 bucket of firewood per day
1 car, SUV or pickup vehicle parking per Lodge/Cabin
(If you have a second vehicle we will do our best to accommodate the vehicle but may have to park on the residential street.)
(see website Alaska Maxi Storage for off storage options for RV and boats)
MANAGER: The manager will be on property upon your arrival. Please email info@ with your reservation name and expected time and date of arrival. No arrival should occur after 9 p.m, or before 4 p.m. unless pre-approved by manager.
MAINTENANCE: When maintenance needs arise during your stay (light bulb burns out in a non-reachable place, leaky faucet, toilet runs, grill starter doesn’t work, oven burner not working, etc.), please notify property manager. It may be necessary for manager or repair personnel to enter the unit during reasonable hours to perform minor repairs and renters are not required to be on premises.
PETS: No pets are allowed in the Lodge and Cabins or on the property.
SERVICE ANIMALS: Mobility, visually or hearing impaired persons have the right to be accompanied by an assistance dog trained to provide assistance to the person with respect to the person’s impairing condition, on any premises that person rents.
SMOKING: We do not permit smoking inside the lodge or any of our cabins. Smoking is permitted on the decks (if windows are shut) and grounds. Please extinguish all cigarettes in ashtrays and dispose of them properly to prevent a fire hazard and keep the grounds well maintained.
PHONE AND EMERGENCIES: Cellular and Internet reception is good for most national carriers on your Smart Phone. If you need to use a land line notify the caretaker on property and arrangements will be made to accommodate your needs.
For emergencies call 911 and provide with address 32280 Moonshine Road, Soldotna.
Fire Station is a block away on Funny River Road.
Hospital is Central Peninsula Hospital at 250 Hospital Place, Soldotna, AK 99669 off Kenai Spur Highway 907-714-4404.
WOOD BURNING STOVES: Please make certain your damper is open before lighting a fire and all fires need to be fully extinguished prior to leaving the cabin. Wood will be stored in a wood shed near sauna and available to guest within reasonable use 1 bucket per day.
CAMPFIRES : only in designated campfire rings and if you start a fire and it gets out of control you will be held personally and financially responsible, so never leave a fire unattended. Fire restriction may be in place as well as limit of firewood for fire pit.
HEAT: The Lodge and Cabins have a wall heater for your comfort, but please be sure to turn heater thermostat to 55 degrees when not in them.
WINDOWS & DOORS & LIGHTS: Upon departure be sure that all windows are in their locked position and doors are securely pulled tight and locked and please turn off all lights to conserve energy.
RV, CAMPERS AND TENTS:: No mobile sleeping units are permitted on the property for additional housing.
Your payment of money or taking possession of the property after receipt of the agreement, is evidence of your acceptance of the agreement, our terms and conditions and your intent to use the property for a vacation rental.
GENERAL DISCLAIMER STATEMENT: All information contained herein is considered to be accurate and truthful. Kenai River Soaring Eagle Lodge and Cabins, its owners, representatives, and agents assume no responsibility and shall have no liability whatsoever for errors, including without limitations, typographical errors and or omissions. Rates, furnishings, and amenities subject to change without notice. In the event a cabin is unavailable for rental due to fire, water damage, acts of nature, etc. we will do everything possible to find you equal accommodations. If we are not able to do this all rental deposit will be refunded. The renter fully understands that Kenai River Soaring Eagle Lodge and Cabins, its owners, representatives, and agents is not responsible or liable to renter for loss or theft of any of the renter’s personal property, accidents, injury or damage of any nature from any cause to renter (including guests, licenses, or invitees) or acts of God, weather, road, travel or skiing conditions or other recreational activities, or items removed or changed in unit by owner.
We Do Business in Accordance With the Federal Fair Housing Law
(The Fair Housing Amendments Act of 1988)
We are the Walch and Marcantonio family from Florida…who decided that we wanted to enjoy the “Alaskan Last Frontier” more than one week a year, so we went on a search for the perfect property. After 10 years of working with a local Realtor we found Kenai River Soaring Eagle Lodge and Cabins and purchased it in late summer 2015. We are spending the winter and spring renovating the cabins and putting our own mark on this special homestead. We bring over 30 years of experience of owning and operating vacation rental properties in Florida, North Carolina and even Roatan Honduras.
We wanted to offer “accommodations only” because over the years some of our party didn’t want the full fish package but we always found it hard to find a place that didn’t still require a package rate for each person. You can simply rent the Main Lodge, a Cabin or the whole homestead for your party at one price and then you decide how many of your group wants to join you on your fishing or wildlife adventures while here.
Marc Walch purchased this cabin in 2015
When we arrived at the homestead, we were immediately overwhelmed by sheer nature… with all the beauty of the grounds, river and mountains. If you are looking for a unique property “that isn’t cookie cutter” then come spend some time at the Kenai River Soaring Eagle Lodge and Cabins and rejuvenate your nature spirit.
For the fisherman at heart, the Kenai River has five species of Salmon with the Kings (Chinook) using it for their spawning grounds. Along with the Kings are the Silver Salmon (Coho), Sockeye Salmon (Red), Pink Salmon (Humpback), Chum Salmon (Dog), Dolly Varden and world class Rainbow Trout. The coastal waters off the Kenai Peninsula are home to Halibut, Lingcod and Rockfish, so be sure to plan for a day on a charter either out of Seward or Homer. Our area lakes are stocked annual and surround the Soldotna area.
While visiting the lovely town of Soldotna stop by the Soldotna Visitor Center for more information and to view a variety of animal exhibits on display, including the world record King Salmon, caught by Les Anderson in 1985 or take a walk along the Kenai River on the elevated boardwalk. We welcome you to Soldotna, Alaska and hope you will come stay with us and experience the Kenai River Soaring Eagle Lodge and Cabins in Soldotna, Alaska.
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My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
for 3 nights
|Refundable Damage Deposit||£200|
The Kenai River Soaring Eagle Lodge & Cabins is nestled on the bank of the Kenai River off Funny River Road in Soldotna, Alaska. Our unique homestead will be the ideal place to start and end your day as you explore the "Last Frontier”. The town of Soldotna is centrally located for you to experience all the Kenai Peninsula has in store for your Alaskan adventurous vacation. We provide a unique place to stay that will take you back in time and you have the luxury of deciding whether you relax at our picturesque location or immerse yourself in the many guided adventure trips available.
Our lodge and cabins are offered to guests ranging from $100 to $500 per night, based on the accommodations and week you choose for your vacation. Many local lodges and cabins have set packages that combine lodging and other activities, but we felt it is best to provide accommodations only with the resources to connect you to guided trips so YOU plan your own itinerary. This Alaskan homestead of a Lodge (Harmony) and 3 cabins (Prosperity, Serenity & Tranquility) is the perfect place for a family or friends gathering, as we can accommodate up to 18 people if you rent the entire homestead.
For those with an adventurous spirit, get ready to enjoy the many activities the area has to offer by simply exploring the resources we have provided on this website. Reserve the Main Lodge or one of our Cabins and then start planning your vacation that you arrange directly with guide & charter companies making your selections based on your budget and desire for adventure. Some of the adventures available include guided fishing trips down the Kenai River, a fly out to Wolverine Creek and a Glacier, or a deep sea charter from Homer and Seward, hiking or horseback riding along some of the most stunning trails, clam digging along Cook’s Inlet, ATV trips, day cruises, whale and bear viewing, kayaking and canoeing, and local quaint town shopping.
The Kenai Peninsula is nicknamed “Alaska’s Playground” for a reason, so book your trip and get ready to play in one of the most beautiful places on the planet.
If you prefer a relaxing vacation, you will be treated to our spectacular views of the Kenai River and Kenai Mountains as the sun rises and sets. If you get the fishing urge, you can always grab one of our fishing rods and hike down the river bank’s switchbacks to our shore on the Kenai River. End your day with the sun setting and relaxing in our wood burning sauna or build a camp fire in the fire ring and roast marshmallows. If you desire to grill a meal, we have a charcoal grill near the picnic table. You can wind down the evenings within your private accommodations or you can socialize with other guests on our community deck. The one+ acre grounds are lush with trees, bushes and flowers, all overlooking the Kenai River and Mountains.
You cannot beat the Kenai Peninsula and River area for wildlife viewing as our Kenai River Soaring Eagle Lodge and Cabins is aptly named, with eagles commonly seen all along the river. Our lodge and cabins in Soldotna is less than a 2 hour drive to either the towns of Seward or Homer. We are a 3.5 hour scenic highway drive from Anchorage Airport (ANC) and less than an hour from the Kenai Airport. Day trips to towns of Homer, Seward, and Kenai will give you a chance to experience the diversity of Alaska and the Kenai Peninsula. Heading to Seward you will travel north from the Kenai river valley through flat wetlands with scrub spruce to the mountains with stands of Sitka Spruce forest and clear mountain lakes passing by Exit Glacier to Seward with all its beauty of Resurrection Bay. You may decide to head south on another day along the coastline of Cook Inlet to Kachemak Bay and Homer where you will be treated on a clear day the majestic views of the Aleutian mountain range and Mount Redoubt. These two drive trips are an adventure in themselves with panoramic views of volcanoes across the inlet and wildlife viewing opportunities of bears, moose, caribou and an array of birds.