$150* / night in June.
$200* / night in July.
$175* / night in August.
*Doesn’t include service fee of $37-45 & cleaning fee of $75
Minimum 1-night stay
Check in: 4 pm
Check out: 11 am
Walking distance from the world famous Kenai River. Where world-class trophy Salmon are caught all Summer.
Kenai River Chrome Chasers Vacation Rentals is in the heart of the Kenai Peninsula and offers conveniently located, family-friendly comfort for your next Alaskan adventure. The Kenai Peninsula offers a wide variety of outdoor activities, so head outside and enjoy the natural beauty! Shekinah is very familiar with the Kenai Peninsula and will gladly assist you with suggestions for great tours and guides in the area.
The property contains four amenity-rich units that sleep up to nine people, depending on the unit you choose. You can easily walk to shops and cafes in central Soldotna. Get up close to the Kenai River and Soldotna Creek with a quick walk across the street from the property. Peruse the Wednesday Market, listen to music in the park, or attend a summer concert series on the lawn.
Kenai River Chrome Chasers is about a 1 1/2 hour drive to 2 hour incredibly beautiful drive away from all the hot spots around the Kenai Peninsula, and only 2 1/2-3 hours away from Anchorage for some nightlife entertainment and shopping. Day trips to Homer, Seward and Cooper Landing are a breeze! So gather your fishing gear and a curious spirit to discover The Last Frontier alone or with your loved ones for the adventures of a lifetime at this convenient and comfortable location! Nightly, weekly, and monthly rates are available all year round.
Soldotna is located on the Kenai Peninsula which is where the world-famous Kenai River meets Cook Inlet.
Beautiful house and great location in the middle of Soldotna. Within walking distance of the mall, river, and parks including Soldotna Creek Park, where there is always something going on. The owner has spent countless hours working to make your stay here as enjoyable as possible.
Great Accommodations! Very homie! Easy access to fishing and RASPBERRIES!!
This summer will make the 3rd time that I've stayed here. Obviously I love the house. It's so cozy! It's on a BIG lot at the end of a dead end street and walking distance from town and the river. And then there's the proprietor: so charming and laid back! 2 thumbs up!!!
Shekinah grew up on the largest floating logging village in the world located outside of Prince of Wales Island in Southeast Alaska. She has been an entrepreneur since 9 years old when at her very first job she rowed around the floating village collecting garbage in her single-man inflatable raft. Shekinah has worked in multiple industries ranging from roughneck work, teaching and management in the oil and gas industry of Prudhoe Bay to commercial fishing out of Dutch Harbor. She has also spent many years working in the hospitality industry and medical industry which has fostered a love of all people from all walks of life. She has a degree in Occupational Health and Safety, is a certified Emergency Medical Technician, and a licensed Kenai River Guide, with multiple years of experience fishing the Kenai River.
Shekinah has always loved the outdoors and has had an adventurous spirit since she was a very little girl. Because she loves to share Alaska with everyone, she obtained her Kenai River Guide’s License. Her ability to navigate the river, her love of fishing, and her desire to protect one of Alaska’s most precious resources keeps her on the river throughout the year.
As an Alaskan outdoors woman, Shekinah presents a unique opportunity to draw men and women to the back country of Alaska. Over the years she has learned to navigate the weather, environmental patterns, operate a boat, operate ATV’s and snowmobiles, fish, shoot, hike, and camp in many various environments across the Kenai Peninsula and wants every visitor’s adventure to always end with a happy ending so is ready to offer her advice to anyone. It is her love of the outdoors that inspires her to want to share Alaska with people of all walks of life from around the world and foster a love of nature for everyone.