"small town" atmosphere of Ninilchik and it's central location make it the ideal
place to stay when you tour Alaska's Kenai Peninsula. Ninilchik is far enough
from "city life" to give a sample of the flavor of real Alaska, yet close enough
to everything to make it convenient. The community itself offers full amenities with
beautiful campgrounds, both public and private, lodging and restaurant facilities.
Shopping for tourist treasures provides a worthwhile venture in Ninilchik, with several
unique shops to choose from.
Beaches, rivers and boat
launches provide access to Cook Inlet for world-class salmon and halibut fishing.
Many charter services are available for some of the finest saltwater
fishing to be found anywhere in the world!
SPECIAL NOTICE: HALIBUT LIMIT
people now believe that the limit for halibut has changed to 1 per
day from the previous limit of 2 pp/pd.
This is not true for where
we fish, Cook Inlet.
Unfortunately the limit has dropped to 1 in
SouthEast AK. meaning Sitka, Juneau, etc. The resource is still strong
in Cook Inlet and the limit for 2014 will be 2 fish pp/pd.
The Facts on 2014 Clamming Closure
Good Clamming just south of Deep Creek & Charters available for Western
Cook Inlet clamming.
Come stay, and enjoy Ninilchik!
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