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Alaska - Family Friendly Lodges Recommendations Kenai Peninsula

I really would appreciate any input as I'm completely overwhelmed with options on the internet for lodges in the Kenai Peninsula region. I'm doing my best to research, but I really prefer word of mouth recommendations.

We are taking a two week vacation to Alaska this summer starting June 14 - June 28th. We are going to focus our trip in the Kenai Peninsula region for the two weeks. It will be a vacation of 4 adults and three boys ages 11, 10, & 8.

I'm looking at staying at a lodge for just one of the weeks we are there and then taking the second week to travel around. I would like for the lodge to offer different options of activities so everyone feels like they had a chance to enjoy something different and unique to Alaska. I really would like to for our boys to experience fishing as well, but don't necessarily want to spend the entire week fishing. I guess I'm looking for some flexibility, options, & great food.

If you can offer up any suggestions for us first timers...I would so appreciate it!

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