Tyonek is located on the stunning Kenai Peninsula. It was a major port during the Resurrection Creek gold rush of the 1880s but shrunk down considerably when Anchorage was founded. The region has been home to Alaska Native people for over a thousand years, and this rich history of culture, tradition, subsistence living and religion is clear to this day. With less than 200 residents, the town has a real family atmosphere - so from here, you'll be able to experience authentic small-town, Alaskan frontier living. Go fishing in one of the many pure waterways, or go hiking through the nearly untouched forest. This is the ideal place to get back to nature, and enjoy the best of what this stunning state has to offer - so take a look today!
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