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Logo bar of the Alaska Public Lands Information Center which are located in Anchorage, Fairbanks, Tok and Ketchikan
A landscape shot of a small float plane  as it lands on the calm waters of a lake. The sky is overcast and the surrounding mountains are dark.
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Maps of Kenai Peninsula
 
Shuyak Island State ParkKachemak Bay State Wilderness ParkKenai Fjords National Park and PreserveKenai National Wildlife RefugeCopper River Delta Critical Habitat AreaChugach National ForestChugach State ParkSusitna Flats State Game RefugeTrading Bay State Game RefugeMcNeil River State Game Sanctuary and RefugeKatmai National Park and PreserveLake Clark National Park and Preserve
Kenai Peninsula - South Central
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The Kenai Peninsula offers many recreational opportunities; from hiking in the Chugach National Forest, kayaking in the Kenai Fjords National Park, to camping in the Kenai Wildlife Refuge.

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A wide section of the muddy Yukon River stretches through a lush green valley with low green hills to either side. Several long islands separate the waters. Did You Know?
Glacial silt from massive glaciers at its mountainous headwaters in the Yukon Territory, Canada, dirties the Yukon River in spring, summer, and fall. In winter, the river runs crystal clear after the glaciers and streams freeze, ceasing erosion and glacial scouring until the following spring.