There is never a shortage of things to do on the Kenai Peninsula. 
BIRDING ON THE KENAI PENINSULA
Our beautiful Peninsula has some of Alaska's finest birding. There are 469 species of birds documented in Alaska and more more then 30 other species reported but not verified. Our Peninsula's  seashores, rivers, creeks, lakes, marshes,  alpine country,  plus easy access to saltwater trips making birding exceptional. Traveling on the Peninsula provides great birding from alpine habitat to open ocean pelagic birding. The Kenai National Wildlife Refuge bird checklist can be found by going to http://kenai.fws.gov/wildlife/birds/birdlist.htm The central Peninsula Birding Hotline can be reached at 907-262-2300. Call nationwide at (800)725-3372  for free information on birding on the Kenai Peninsula call 262-5218
ALASKA Birding Links


Alaska Bird Observatory including bird quiz:
http://www.alaskabird.org/

Alaska Birdhouse Construction:
http://www.state.ak.us/local/akpages/FISH.GAME/wildlife/geninfo/birds/birdhaus.htm

World wide birding and lots of information:
http://www.camacdonald.com/birding/birding.htm

Project FeederWatch:
http://birds.cornell.edu/PFW

Homer Shorebird Festival:
http://www.homeralaska.org/shorebird.htm

ABA American Birding Association:
http://www.americanbirding.org/

Excellent bird photo gallery:
http://camacdonald.com/birding/DesJardin/index.htm

There are three area golf courses where you and your partner  can golf  together.

The Bird Homestead Golf Course is a new and exciting course. This course has raised greens challenging fairways and the overall layout is great for the novice and experienced alike. This is a nine hole layout at present and  nine more holes are under development and will open the summer of 2007. The practice range is quite unique for this area as it is a body of water with floating balls to practice your swing. This course is only 20- 25 minutes drive with great Alaskan views of the country side. 
GOLF
The Kenai Golf Course is an 18 hole course with several challenging holes, water hazards and the signature 18th hole, which is rated the toughest in the state of Alaska.  This course is most rewarding. And the occasional moose , caribou and cranes are a minor distraction. The Kenai course is a 25 minute drive.
Birch Ridge Course is known for its wide and rolling fairways. There is a hill that the locals call "Heart Attack Hill” for good reason-----it's very steep. Although being a 9 hole course it has its challenging holes and forgiving fairways. This course is approximately 15-20 minutes  away.
All of the courses offer beautiful scenic views!

We have 40 acres, most of which is unexplored. Pathways will come in time, but if you are a hard core hiker bring your compass, cell phone and a bell (to ward off bear)!
The Peninsula has many trails to choose from. Always be aware of wildlife...moose, black and brown bear. Always hike prepared...bring  plenty of water, protien snacks, wear sturdy hiking boots and bring your cell phone. 
Some of the local trails are in the Kenai Wildlife Refuge, Resurrection Trail, and the most popular is the Russian Falls Trail ( mile 52 of the Sterling Highway), and  there is always Skyview High School for an easy hike. 
HIKING
Kenai Wildlife Refuge Trail.

To find local hiking trails visit  www. Kenai Wildlife Refuge
Experience the beauty of Kenai Fjords National Park and Resurrection Bay while cruising in comfort aboard our custom-built catamaran in Seward, Alaska  http://www.renowntours.com/
For more information on Peninsula Activites
Escape For Two
49300  Charlie  Brown  Dr.
Soldotna,  Alaska  99669
907.262.1493