Location & Area Attractions
Alaska Heavenly Lodge is located in Cooper Landing, the heart of the Kenai Peninsula. This charming small town of Alaska has a population of little more than 500 people. There may not be a stop light in town, but drivers may find delays due to bear, moose, or locals and travelers out enjoying the sites.
Alaska Heavenly Lodge is the perfect base camp for your Alaskan adventure. The possibilities are endless. Let us help you create your vacation from this list of activities below, or please call to speak with a knowledgable staff member and begin planning today!
- Fishing: there are numerous spots in the area for the experienced angler, or have our staff arrange a guided river trip, fly-out, or deep-sea fishing for you and your group.
- Rafting: take a scenic raft tour on the Kenai River or brave Six-Mile's class V rapids.
- Horse-back Riding: our staff can arrange guided trips into the surrounding trails and hills of Cooper Landing.
- Hiking: there are over 300 miles of hiking trails on the Kenai Peninsula ranging from easy to difficult. Spend the afternoon or all day gaining elevation and panoramic views of Alaska.
- Kayaking: take an afternoon paddle on majestic Kenai Lake with a local guide service or experience the splendor of Resurrection Bay on sea kayaks.
- Panning for Gold: search for an Alaskan nugget with a local gold-panner.
- Fly-Outs: take a scenic flight to Katmai National Park to see Alaska's brown bears or to remote streams teeming with salmon.
- Whale Watching/Glacier Viewing Tours: take a guided day trip to witness first-hand Alaska's marine life and the breathtaking beauty of Kenai Fjords National Park.
- Shopping: local artisans abound in Cooper Landing and surrounding communities.
Or enjoy a relaxing day on the property overlooking the pristine mountains of the Chugach Range and the tranquil waters of the Kenai River.
Directions to Alaska Heavenly Lodge
Exit the Anchorage International Airport onto International Airport Road and proceed to Minnesota Drive South. Turn right onto Minnesota Drive and proceed to Alaska Highway 1 (New Seward Highway). Go south on Alaska Highway 1 ninety miles to the intersection of Alaska Highway 1 and Alaska Highway 9 (Sterling Highway). Take the right fork (Homer/Soldotna Exit) and continue approximately 8.6 miles, through Cooper Landing, until reaching Blakley Road. (Note: Blakley Road is exactly one mile from the Kenai Lake Bridge.) Turn left onto Blakley Road, which is marked by a sign for Alaska Heavenly Lodge. Once on Blakley, stay left at the first fork and continue directly into the lodge.
Lodging is available to both independent travelers and groups. Contact Us Today.