Alaska Airlines and Car Rental Info

Below are links to several airlines that fly in and out of Anchorage Alaska. Most of our Alaska fishing guests fly into Anchorage
And then rent a car and drive the 140 mile very scenic Seward highwayto our Alaska fishing lodge facilities.
(click on the image to visit their web site)

 

We have listed several Alaska rental car companies contact information to help you find a good deal on rental cars. For the lowest rates try renting from the local companies that are not located at the Anchorage airport. You can also take a 20 minute commuter flight from Anchorage to Kenai on ERA Aviation and rent a car in Kenai Alaska.

Anchorage Cars Rentals:

• Alamo Rent A Car; 907-247-0017
• Dollar Rent A Car; 907-248-5388
• Hertz Rent A Car; 800-654-3131
• Ace Rent A Car; 907-562-8078
• A-1 Car Rental; 907-563-2262
• Airport Rental; 907-562-0897
• Alaska Car & Van 907-243-4444
• Arctic Rent a Car; 907-561-2990
• High Country; 907-562-8078
• Midnight Sun car & van; 907-243-8806

Kenai Car Rentals:

Budget; 907-283-4507
• Payless Car Rental; 800-729-5377
Avis Rent A Car; 907-283-7900
• Great Alaska Car Co.; 907-283-3469

Additional Ground Transportation Information:

Anchorage Airport
Kenai Airport Vendor Page
Avis Car Rental
Budget Car Rental
Bus Transportation
Rail from Seward to Anchorage

The Drive from Anchorage to Kenai & Soldotna is a very scenic and well maintained paved highway along the Seward & Sterling Highways also known as Highway 1.
How to get here: From Anchorage you will follow Highway 1 South on the Kenai Peninsula 150 miles to Soldotna. There is lots to see on the drive along Turnagain arm you can view Dall Sheep on the mountains above, and Belulga whales in the ocean. Stop at portage glacier, see Moose and other wildlife.
About 30 miles before the town of Seward you will come to a fork in the road and take a right onto the Sterling Highway which will take you along Kenai Lake and the beginning of Alaska’s Kenai River. You will go thru the Town of Cooper Landing and drive by the popular fishing area of the Russian River where many people fish from the shore for Sockeye or Red Salmon. You will then drive out onto the Kenai flats where you are likely to see moose before you come into the town of Sterling Alaska. Just 12 miles past Sterling you will come into Soldotna Alaska where our Fishing lodges are located. On the days you go fishing for the giant Alaska halibut off Anchor Point you will continue south on this same highway south towards Homer Alaska passing thru the small Alaska villages of Kasilof, Clam Gulch, Ninilchick at Deep Creek and then Anchor Point 10 miles from Homer where you will find our halibut boat parked along the Anchor River near the Anchor Point State Park on the Beach of Cook Inlet where our 30 foot halibut charter boat will be launched into Alaska’s Cook Inlet for the best halibut fishing in the world.

 

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