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What can you gain by moving to Kenai?
If you find life moving you to Kenai, you may be wondering what can be gained from this move. The truth is that Kenai is a treasure island of natural wonders waiting for your enjoyment. Located in Southcentral Alaska in the Kenai Peninsula Borough, this beautiful town lies near the Cook Inlet of the Pacific Ocean. Ranked as an “All-American City,” your new home is full of wonderful surprises.
The climate in the Kenai region sees summer temperature highs of 64ºF making it a perfect time of year to enjoy the great outdoors. On average, temperatures in the winter months dip to 8 degrees which means you need the right kind of gear to bundle up in. After moving to Kenai, you’ll find it’s just a short 2.5 to 3 hour drive south of Anchorage, a city complete with all the modern amenities any big city has to offer and more.
Great news about moving to Kenai
Kenai is the “city where the river ends and the adventure begins!” The truth is that moving to Kenai will open your life to a world of adventure and exciting opportunities. If you enjoy fishing, you may be asking what type of fishing is found here. Answer - any type of fishing you like – King salmon, red salmon, silver salmon, Dolly Varden, rainbow trout, and so much more. You can also charter services for deep sea halibut, and while out you may even get the chance to see the majestic view of Mt. Iliamna (a glacier-covered stratovolcano).
While living in Kenai, you’ll be exposed to amazing wildlife viewing everywhere you turn. Get swept away by the spectacular scenery from the northern shore of Chinitna Bay all the way to Tuxedni Bay which is densely populated with brown bear, puffins, and bald eagles.
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You’ll only have to share your new home with 7,945 other residents which means there’s more room for you to play in. Moving to Kenai opens you to adventures of every kind: canoeing, tent camping, hiking, beach combing, sea kayaking, and so much more. If you enjoy photography, this is the place to put your camera to use and capture scenery you can’t find anywhere else. But, most of all, take time to enjoy your new home that savors its past while looking to the future.