Cozy Fishing Cabin on the Banks of the Kenai River in Alaska

Cooper Landing, Alaska (United States)

Cozy Fishing Cabin on the Banks of the Kenai River in Alaska

2 units
16 guest capacity
Private Bathroom
 Host photo
Hosted by Bob Rima Heather
  • New accommodation


  • Kid-friendly
  • Private Barbecue
This fishing rental on the banks of the Kenai River in Alaska is an angler's dream come true, with world-class fishing right outside their door. This 600-square foot cabin rental uses every inch of space to provide the best accommodation possible to guests. The cabin can sleep eight guests, with two queens and two twins on the top floor, and two couches that can be converted into very comfortable queen-size sleepers. The living room is a comfortable and open space where guests can relax after a day on the river. There is a table for eating meals or perhaps for a family game night. The cabin rental has a small kitchen, with a two-burner stove, along with the barbecue grill outside. If guests ever feel like the cabin is missing something to make it feel more like home, they should not hesitate to speak with the hosts.


  • Double bed
  • Electricity
  • Linens and pillows
  • Television
  • Parking
  • Dining table
  • Bathroom
  • Shower
  • Toilet
  • Sink
  • Towels
  • Toiletries
  • Kitchen
  • Cooking basics
  • Fridge
  • Coffeemaker
  • Microwave
  • Hot plate
  • Private Barbecue
All guests staying at this property are invited to join in the nightly campfire, with marshmallows even provided by the hosts. A continental breakfast is also included in the booking so guests may start the day off right before heading out to fish, hike, raft, or whatever else guests might have organized. Best of all, at the end of the day, guests can relax in the Swedish sauna on the property. Each rental on this property also has a private barbecue grill.

Guest Services

This property offers an abundance of fishing packages, which are outlined as follows:
One Days Fishing and 1 Night Lodging—Regular: $670, Custom: $775, and Premium: $1,080
Two Days Fishing and One Night Lodging—Regular: $1,090, Custom: $1,190, and Premium: $1,475
Two Days Fishing and Two Nights Lodging—Regular: $1,270, Custom: $1,420, and Premium: $1,775
Two Days Fishing and Three Nights Lodging—Regular: $1,460, Custom: $1,770, and Premium: $2,190
Three Days Fishing and Four Nights Lodging—Regular: $1,870, Custom: $2,170, and Premium: $2,870
Four Days Fishing and Five Nights Lodging—Regular: $2,370, Custom: $2,770, and Premium: $3,550
Five Days Fishing and Six Nights Lodging—Regular: $2,870, Custom: $3,370, and Premium: $4,250
Six Days Fishing and Seven Nights Lodging—Regular: $3,370, Custom: $3,970, and Premium: $4,920
Seven Days Fishing and Eight Nights Lodging—Regular: $3,870, Custom: $4,470, and Premium: $5,570
Eight Days Fishing and Nine Nights Lodging—Regular: $4,400, Custom: $5,100, and Premium: $6,270

The property offers non-fishing activities to substitute should guests want a break from fishing. There are guided rafting, hiking, and day trips to other regions. Some activities may require a change in pricing, so please inquire when making the booking request.

Location + Surroundings

The town of Cooper Landing sits on the Kenai Peninsula, just two hours south of Anchorage, Alaska. It was originally settled as a frontier gold and trapping town, and now offers glamping visitors the perfect blend of Alaskan frontier wilderness and small town charm. This property sits in the heart of Cooper Landing, on the banks of the world-famous Kenai River. The river is ideal for fishing and supports large salmon runs, has trophy rainbow trout, and provides for the predators in the dense forest on the banks. Guests can hope to catch of a glimpse of eagles, bears, and moose while staying here, especially if they go on a fishing or rafting excursion. Popularly referred to as "Alaska's Playground," the Kenai Peninsula attracts visitors from all around the world, and not just for its unparalleled fishing. The peninsula is also home to the spectacular Chugach Mountains and the famous Russian River.


  • Swimming
  • Water sports
  • Horseback riding
  • Biking
  • Kayaking/Canoeing
  • Whitewater rafting
  • Fishing
  • Wildlife watching

Guests staying here have access to a huge variety of organized excursions—fishing, hiking, rafting, wildlife and glacier cruises, and more. Fishing trips include excursions organized around different kinds of salmon, trophy rainbow trout, halibut out in the ocean, or fly fishing. Guided hiking trips are can also be planned—the Kenai Peninsula is full of hiking trails threading their way through the landscape. Popular trails that the hiking trips could cover include the Skyline Trail, the Bear Mountain Trail, the Confluence Trail, the Slaughter Ridge Line Trail, the Russian River Trail, and the Fuller Lakes Trail—just to name a few. Last, but certainly not least, the Kenai River provides a fantastic place to go rafting. Should guests wish to get out on the water, but are not avid anglers, the rafting is the perfect way to do so.

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Accommodation Rules

  • Check-in: Flexible
  • Check-out: Flexible
  • Infants allowed Under 2 years old
  • Children allowed 2-12 years old
  • No parties

Cancellation policy

Free cancellation up to 7 days
Moderate: You will receive a full refund if you cancel at least 7 days prior to check-in.

Additional Information

In each booking request, guests should specify which fishing package they are interested in (if interested). The host will respond with a counter-offer including these fees. The fishing packages are outlined in more detail above and the rates are per person.

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