Welcome to Beluga Lookout Lodge and RV Park
We offer a unique camping experience overlooking the mouth of the World-Famous Kenai River. We are conveniently situated in Old Town Kenai, with spectacular views of the Kenai River, Cook Inlet, and the volcanoes Mt. Redoubt and Mt. Illiamna. Come, relax, and enjoy an Alaskan camping vacation. Watch for beluga whales, eagles, seals, moose and caribou. Fly a kite or fish from the beach, rent our unusual fun bikes, tour a historic Russian Orthodox Church and the historical town site of Old Town Kenai. Enjoy a round of golf at the Kenai Golf Course, or watch the Kenai Peninsula Oilers play baseball. Watch the commercial fishing fleet during the fishing season.Remember Alaska with special treasures from our gift shop. Visit our tour desk to charter your salmon fishing trip on the Kenai River, halibut fishing in Cook Inlet, fishing for king salmon, or fish with the bears on a fabulous fly out guided bear viewing/ salmon fishing combination trip. Book your Alaska Wildlife & Glacier Cruise to the Kenai Fjords National Park or Prince William Sound. Our park offers view sites and pull-thrus all with full hook-ups, wireless Internet and cable TV. We also have a gift shop, clean restrooms, showers, laundry, and fish cleaning facilities, as well as a pavilion for your use. Pets are welcome in the RV Park but must be kept on a leash and cleaned up after. There are vets and dog kennels in the area.
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Welcome to Beluga Lookout Lodge and RV Park
Pavilion and picnic table
Private fish cleaning station
Take a walking tour of the Old Town Kenai we are located in.
Tour the Russian Orthodox Church and National Historical Landmark.
Russian Othodox Church
Watch for Beluga Whales as they feed on fish in the Kenai River and Cook Inlet. The best viewing spots are from our park or from the Warren Ames Bridge on the Bridge Access Road. We have a pod that lives in the Cook Inlet year round, but the numbers have decreased drastically from about 1,300 down to about 350 since the early 1990's. The best time to spot the belugas is from 2 hours before until 2 hours after high tide.
Size: The average size adult is about 15 feet long and weighs about 3,000 lbs. At birthy they're 3-5 feet long and about 100 lbs.
Color: They are dark blue-gray at birth, and turn white when they are five or six years old.
Food Habits: Their prey includes salmon, herring, shrimp, cod, flounder, and crab.Life Span: Belugas live about 35 years.
Get your camera and take pictures of moose, eagles, seals, or other wildlife on the Kenai River Flats, from our park, or take a drive down Marathon Road.
Moose are abundant in the area.
Oilers hit another one out of the ball park.
Enjoy a Penninsula Oilers Baseball game. The team is made up of college students on break for the summer. Each player has a host family in Kenai that will put them up for the season. The games are a lot of fun to watch! Some players have gone on to play professional ball. Games start in June and run through the end of July.
Visit the Kenai Fine Arts Center a block down from us on Cook Ave. It is located in the building that served as Kenai's first firehouse and jail. It currently houses a pottery studio and a galery with traveling exhibits as well as the work of local artists.
Keani is home to Alaska's only space education center, the Challenger Learning Center of Alaska. Visitors are welcome to view the space theme lobby and exhibits or to browse in the gift shop. Special science camps are conducted throughout the summer.
Try your luck playing Bingo and Pulltabs at the Oiler's Hall on the corner of Cook and Main St.
Exercise at the Kenai Recreation Center. Weight rooms, basketball and racquetball courts are available. Ping-Pong tables and other activities are available for teens.
Go Swimming at the Nikiski Pool, which has a 136' water slide, indoor heated pool, and hot tub. Also participate in volleyball, picnics, nature walks, ice skating, and tennis at the North Peninsula Recreation Area.
Rent bikes from our park and enjoy viewing Kenai and Soldotna on the great bike paths.
Listen to live music In Historical Old Town Kenai Thursday, Friday, Saturday nights at Veronica's Coffee House. Enjoy a relaxed Cozy Alaskan atmosphere.
Be sure to hear Alaska's Balladeer, Hobo Jim. He plays at the Kenai Visitors Center and in Soldotna.
Hobo Jim sings about Alaska.
To hold a reservation, we require the first day’s rate as a deposit, for monthly or seasonal a $250 deposit is required. Please mail deposits to Beluga Lookout RV Park, 929 Mission Ave, Kenai, AK 99611, or call 907-283-5999 with a credit card deposit (Master Card or Visa). Deposits are non-refundable if cancelled less than 30 days prior to your scheduled arrival date. Deposits cancelled more than 30 days prior to scheduled arrival are fully refundable less a $10 admin fee. No refunds for cancellations during the month of July.
Rates: May, September: $45, view sites $55 (all sites are full hookups)
Rates: June, August: $50, view sites $60 (all sites are full hookups)
Rates: July 1-9: $55, view sites $65 (all sites are full hookups)
Rates: July 10-31: $79, view sites $89 (all sites are full hookups) 3 day minimum
Good Sam, AAA, and Military discounts are honored (sorry no AAA discount July 10-31)