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...the bluffs The Kenai River runs into the Cook Inlet through a wide, sandy delta. The view can be enjoyed from Erik Hansen Scout Park, where in the summer, visitors can watch dipnet fishermen harvesting salmon from the vast run that enters the...
Highlighting history the center of municipal park and in or near Erik Hansen Scout Park. "Because there was already proposed development...Kenaitze tribe generated the idea for the sign near Erik Hansen Scout Park, Lambourn said. The proposed wording of the sign...
Photo feature: Spectator sport

Photo by M. Scott Moon Alroy, Dorothy, Bill and Barbara Christensen watch dipnet fishermen from the bluff at Erik Hansen Scout Park in Kenai on Tuesday afternoon. The two brothers and their wives are visiting Alaska from Loon Lake, Wash.
Around the Peninsula

...Mental Illness Awareness Week and honor those coping with biological disorders will begin at 7 p.m. Sunday at Erik Hansen Scout Park in Old Town Kenai. For more information, call Scharlott Thomas at 335-0025. Childbirth film offered There...
Kenai shines as historical center

...old Kenai jail, police and fire building and numerous homesteader cabins. The newest addition to Old Town is Erik Hansen Scout Park, donated to the city by Dr. Peter and Karolee Hansen in memory of their late son. The park is a quiet, meditative...
Kenai on the right path

...Trail, near dipnetter parking at the beach, near Erik Hansen Scout Park, and in Municipal Park. Youth from the Kenaitze...signs, and came up with the idea for the sign near Erik Hansen Scout Park, Lambourn said."It was really nice to get different...

...drainage, where it meets the ebb and flow of the Cook Inlet tides, can be viewed along the bluffs of Kenai. Erik Hansen Scout Park is the perfect spot on the bluff for relaxing and enjoying the view. In July, visitors can watch Alaska residents...
Playgrounds abound: From volcano watching to disc golf, Kenai parks have it all

...visitors. "Amazed" is a good word to use to describe the reaction of visitors spilling out of their campers at Erik Hansen Scout Park in Old Town Kenai when they realize they're looking at the very end of the world famous Kenai River as it empties...
Kenai: Where the river ends and your adventure begins

...Alaskans dipnet, while commercial fishers travel between the processing plants and the fishing grounds of Cook Inlet. Erik Hansen Scout Park is a perfect spot on the bluff for relaxing and enjoying these views. Below these bluffs are miles...


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