Located on the banks of the Kenai River on the Kenai Peninsula in Alaska, USA, the town of Soldotna covers an area of 19.2 sq km. The river cuts through the centre of the town which is named after the nearby Soldotna Creek.
It experiences mild summers and warm winters. The temperate climate and long days in summer facilitate outdoor activities. The average winter temperature is around –10°C while the summer temperatures vary from 7°C to 18°C.
It has a population of over 4,000. Historically the home to Kenaitze Indians, the land was developed by non-natives for its rich resources. The oil industry is a major source of employment. Soldotna remains busy during the fishing season due to the easy access to Kasilof River.
Soldotna has many elevated boardwalks and campsites. Bundled with a mild climate and scenic beauty, Soldotna is the favourite playground for the Alaskans.
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