If you want to weigh your chances for catching sockeye, silver or pink salmon, Rotary Park is the place for you. Or feel free to leave the fishing pole behind and enjoy a walk along the 625 feet of elevated boardwalk.
Located near the Soldotna Municipal Airport, there is a small parking area at the head of the three-quarter mile maintained trail that leads to the river. The trail is handicapped-accessible with assistance. Restrooms are located in the same area as the parking lot.
This is a fee-use area. Visitors can pay per use or with a season pass available at Centennial Park, Swiftwater Park or the Soldotna Visitor Information Center.
How To Find The Park
To reach Rotary Park if you are arriving in Soldotna on the Sterling Highway from Anchorage, turn left on Funny River Road at the intersection after you cross the Kenai River Bridge. From there, it‘s a short 2.5-mile drive.
Sorry, camping is not available at this location
Day use (Fishing Only)