About This Campground
Located at 349 Centennial Park Road in the city of Soldotna behind the cities visitors center, Centennial Park is a fee-based, public-use park and campground designed with access to fishing and the Kenai River in mind. No Reservations Accepted, Campground Host Onsite.
Soldotna's Centennial Park…
- Tent Cabin
- ADA Access
- Electric Hookups
- Sanitary Dump
- Walk InPark in a lot, walk to your campsite
- Hike InHike a trail to your campsite
We stayed for 5 days in June. The fishing access was great. The staff keep this places very nice. I don’t know if it is just because they are clearing out all of the Bettle killed spruce, but they give you a real bundle of firewood for $6. I thought I would carry 2 bundles back to camp, but had to…
Nice campground. Busy on weekends. Near town
If you’re looking for a campground with access to the Kenai River, and walk distance to downtown Soldotna, this is it. Typical Alaskan camping...no hookups, but nicely wooded and mostly private. Walking distance to some of the best road accessible fishing in Alaska.
Centennial Park & Campground is located in Alaska
Centennial Park is accessed by turning off the Sterling Highway at the light and heading west onto Kalifornsky Beach Road just after crossing the Kenai River Bridge. Just a few hundred feet further a sign will point you to an immediate right turn onto the access road for Centennial Park.