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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 view of the back range of the Chugach Mountains. The mountains are brown and rocky with patches of snow, while the valley is lush and green. Did You Know?
The Chugach mountains, protected in the Chugach State Park and National Forest, are the northern most extension of the Pacific Coast Range and contain Alaska's most climbed peak, Flattop Mountain.