|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
Just bring your clothes and poles and relax in our 2007 2 bedroom 1 bath log home. Just 3 min from the river and 10 min to town . Or just sit on the covered porch and enjoy with a book and watch the wildlife or your favorate beverage. Our home has all log furniture and a queen bed in the master bedroom with queen bunkbeds in the 2nd bedroom. Save money BBQ, Smoke,and process your own fish and store them in our 2 large freezers. Want help planning your trip or chooseing a guide I will be glad to help you make the right choices to make your trip something you will never forget.
Keywords: log cabin, rental,cabin,cottage
In 1998 my wife and kids and I made a once in a lifetime trip to Alaska little did I know what that trip would do to me. 15 years later and I sttill cant get enough.
The Owner purchased this cabin in 2007
Sterling is centrally located between Homer 90 min (halibut capital of the world) and Seward 90 min A beautiful must see destination and fishing port. We are 3 min from our fishing hole at the Kenai and yet we are only 10min to down town Soldotna. We can sit right on our porch with our favorite beverage and watch the wildlife stroll through the property. Quiet and perfect
You cant say enough about the fishing ( kings, sockeye, silvers, pinks,) not to mention trophy trout and dolly varden. theres also a lake canoe system right behind our home with all the lakes connected by creeks and streems or you can canoe all the way to the cook inlet. and canoe rental and shuttle 2 miles from the cabin
Mr. Camps cabin in Sterling was over and above our expectations! The four of us, (hard core fishermen) had all the amenities we needed.
The 2 freezers were perfect for rotating the fish as we brought them in, and the fish preparing tables, towels, vacuum packer etc. were great.
The cabin was near the main highway, which was very nice, and very private. Mady the golden lab came to visit us daily, made it feel like home!
We will definitely book this again for next year!
Thanks again Curtis and Sarah!
We chose this location as it seemed like a good halfway point for everything we wanted to do in the Kenai Peninsula, and it is! The cabin was easy to find with the directions provided by Sarah. Sarah was so quick with a return call that her call came in while I was leaving her a message! The owners are easy to work with. The cabin itself is fully equipped for fisherman, however; we did not come to fish - maybe next time? The decor does give you the fishing fever!
The home is very neat and clean and has all of the basics - we ran out for paper products and dishwashing soap, but nothing major. The only complaint I have is the bunk room bed (bottom) and futon/sofa are killers on the back (my parents got the good bed ;) ). Definitely 5 stars if the bed were more comfy. Note that there is no internet connection, but excellent 4G, so I used my phone as a wireless hotspot to upload some amazing photos.
The cabin is within ten miles (I think) of Soldotna, and within 20 miles or so of Kenai - everything you need can be found in those towns. We spent a full day traveling to Homer, another to Seward, and a third visiting the wildlife refuge areas between the coast at Kenai and into Sterling. Amazing scenery and wildlife - more than one moose with babes near the cabin. All I can say is ... this visit was far too short. The Peninsula is an amazing area for those who love peace, quiet and the out-of-doors. The rivers and lakes are amazing - breathtaking glacier rivers, streams, ponds, lakes ... EVERYWHERE! Fishing and wildlife viewing opportunities abound. The locals who run roadside shops (Tom at the Rock Place, for example) are friendly and tell wonderful stories. Homer and Seward are not overly kitschy-touristy, and offer plenty of recreational opportunities as well as seafood to die for. Cooper Landing is the home of all things "river" - you can raft, fish, boat, gawk ... Just get out there! Thank you for the stay!
My wife and I stayed at FISH-ON cabin for two weeks and had a wonderful time. I landed my biggest catch ever - 18 pounder silver (down in Centennial Park in Soldotna). The cabin is maintained with love and care. It felt homey , typically I don't sleep well in new places, but this time I slept very well. It is all set up for fishing including vacuum processors, freezers, etc. I found very helpful Curtis's collection of brochures on fishing tips/trips in the area. I plan on going there again next year.
The property includes a tastefully decorated Alaskan themed cabin with washer, dryer, dishwasher, and all of the necessities for serious fish processing and storage. While outside, there was a bit of road noise from the Sterling Highway, about a half mile away. The productive fishing spots along the lower Kenai River are a short drive from the cabin.
Overall, we were impressed and would gladly book this property again.
We had a great 2 days...way too short...staying at this cabin. We did some fishing on the Kasilof River, and just spent time taking in the gorgeous scenery around. The cabin was clean, comfortable and well equipped. We booked very last minute. We wanted to spend time on the Kenai relaxing before we embarked on our cruise and Curtis was great to work around our schedule.
Fish On Cabin is located halfway between Homer and Seward, near Sterling. The cabin is so clean and homey. We loved all the Alaskan decorations and funny quotes. We did a fly in salmon trip that was suggested to us by the owner and it was awesome. We were able to clean our own salmon, vacuum pack it and freeze it, right at the cabin. We cooked some of the salmon we caught on the grill for supper! Took quite a few trips into Soldotna for groceries and fish freezer boxes. Did not take very long to get there at all. We went halibut fishing and vacuum packed and froze that also. We went to Seward and took a lunch cruise to an island with a lodge. They were all great things to do and it was a wonderful place to stay! We would definitely recommend this cabin to anyone who loves the outdoors, wildlife and especially fishing! Thanks, Again!
Salt water fishing, canoeing,bear viewing, glacier viewing , and did we mention FISHING!!!
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
Jun 1 2016 - Aug 31 2016
3 night minimum stay
|Notes: Rates are based on 4 guests; add $15 per night, per additional guest|
My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
|Property Damage Protection||$59|
$15 for each additional guest + taxes and rental insurance $59.00