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City of Soldotna, Alaska - Photo Welcome to Soldotna highway sign
The City of Soldotna is home of the World Record King Salmon 94.4 lbs.
1.9
3.0
Funny River Road
Access to R V Park campgrounds. East side of highway.
9.0
14.5
Community of Soldotna South, Alaska

14.0
22.6
Access to Kasilof River Alaska State Recreation Site
This campground recreation site is located along the Kasilof River. This site is a popular place to launch drift boats. There are 10 campsites, 25 day-use parking sites and a boat launch. .
14.5
23.3
Services fuel at highway
Gas, diesel.
14.8
23.8
Point of Information
Crossing the Kasilof River, Alaska
15.5
25.0
Access to Johnson Lake Alaska State Recreation Site
East side of highway. Johnson Lake State Recreation Area is a wooded, 332-acre area that surrounds Johnson Lake. Facilities: 48 campsites, group camping area, water, picnic tables, toilets, fishing for rainbow trout, canoeing and hiking. There is also a day use area.
15.7
25.2
Point of Information
Crossing Crooked Creek, Alaska.
15.7
25.3
Roadside highway turnout
Gravel turnout, no services
16.1
25.9
Access to Crooked Creek Alaska State recreation Site
West side of highway. Crooked Creek State Recreation Site is a short distance from the confluence of Crooked Creek and the Kasilof River. It offers some of the most successful king salmon bank fishing in the state. Campground facilities: 80 campsites and 36 day-use parking sites.
22.9
36.8
Access to Lodging - Clam Gulch Lodge
West side of highway.
24.9
40.0
Point of Information
Crossing Yamerak Creek.
25.4
40.9
Roadside highway turnout
Long gravel turnout, no services. East side of highway.
31.0
49.9
Roadside highway turnout
No services. West side of highway.
35.1
56.5
Access to R V Park Campground
West side of highway.
38.2
61.4
Access to historical Ninilchik Village and the Russian Orthodox Church.
Photos of side trip to Historical Ninilchik Village, Alaska.
38.2
61.4
Access to historical Ninilchik Village and the Russian Orthodox Church.
Photos of side trip to Historical Ninilchik Village, Alaska. Editor's Note: At the top of the hill in the photo, is the old Russian Orthodox Church.
38.7
62.2
Access to Ninilchik River Campground - Ninilchik State Recreation Area
East side of highway. Campground faclities: 39 campsites.water, toilets, picnic tables, no r v dump station. Campers stay at this campground while they are fishing in the nearby Ninilchik River and Deep Creek or digging for razor clams at Ninilchik Beach.
38.7
62.3
Roadside highway turnout - Scenic View Point
Ninilchik Scenic Overlook - Ninilchik State Recreation Area: This is day use parking and overnight camping area. Picnic sites, interpretive displays, restrooms, and access hiking trails along the river are located at this site.
39.5
63.5
Point of Information - Photo - Looking at the Ninilchik River
Crossing the Ninilchik River, Alaska. The Ninilchik River supports a good fishing salmon run.
40.5
65.1
Point of Information
Crossing Deep Creek, Alaska.
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66.1
Deep Creek Alaska State Recreation Area
Located along Cook Inlet and offers excellent views of the Inlet and the Alaska Range, including the 10,000 foot high Mt. Illiamna and Mt. Redoubt. The campground is located along the beach uplands where Deep Creek enters Cook Inlet. Campground facilities; 100 camp sites and an additional 60 sites for day use parking.
42.4
68.3
Photo view from highway
Driving south on The Sterling Highway.
43.7
70.3
Access to Deep Creek Bed and Breakfast
West side of highway.
46.2
74.3
Roadside highway turnout
Paved turnout, no services. West side of highway.
51.5
82.8
Point of Information
Crossing Stariski Creek, Alaska.
53.1
85.4
Access to Whiskey Gulch Beach
West side of highway.
53.7
86.4
Access to R V Park Campground
East side of highway.
55.4
89.1
Access to Lodging
East side of highway.
56.4
90.7
Community of Anchor Point, - Start of Alaska's Scenic Byway
Alaska's, Sterling Highway's southern segment is from Anchor Point, Alaska to the end of Homer Spit, Alaska.
56.7
91.2
Services fuel at highway
Gas, diesel. East side of highway.
57.4
92.3
Photo view from highway
Driving south on The Sterling Highway.
71.8
115.5
Roadside highway turnout - Scenic View Point Area - Photo taken fron viewpoint
Long large turnout. Editor's comment - Take time to stop here and take in the view. From this View point, you can see Homer, Alaska & Homer Spit, also great views of Kachemak Bay, Alaska.
71.8
115.5
Roadside highway turnout - Scenic View Point Area - Photo taken fron viewpoint
Long large turnout. Editor's comment - Take time to stop here and take in the view. From this View point, you can see Homer, Alaska & Homer Spit, also great views of Kachemak Bay, Alaska.
71.9
115.7
Photo view from highway
Driving south on The Sterling Highway.
72.1
116.1
Access to R V Park Campground

72.6
116.9
Access to Alaska Wildlife Refuge Center
West side of highway.
73.1
117.6
Access to RV Dump Station
West side of highway.
73.2
117.8
Photo view from highway
Driving south on The Sterling Highway.
74.0
119.1
Access to Airport
East side of highway.
74.6
120.1
Access to R V Park Campground
West side of highway.
75.1
120.9
Photo view from highway
Driving south on The Sterling Highway.
77.9
125.4
Photo view from highway
Driving south on The Sterling Highway.
78.2
125.8
Access to Homer Spit Campground, Alaska
West side of highway.
78.4
126.1
Photos of Interest of Homer Spit, Alaska
Photo taken will walking around Homer Spit - Photo catch of the day. Homer, Alaska the Halibut Capital of the World.
78.4
126.1
Photos of Interest of Homer Spit, Alaska
Photos taken will walking around Homer Spit. Looking out at Kachemak Bay, Alaska.
78.4
126.1
Photos of Interest of Homer Spit, Alaska
Photo taken while walking around Homer Spit. One of the many campgrounds along Homer Spit, adjacent to Kachemak Bay, Alaska.