Alaska: Kenai Lake
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Kenai Lake offers a taste of many of Alaska’s spectacular natural wonders. Not only is this 22-mile long lake home to king, silver and Chinook salmon (along with boating services and fishing guides for those who like to fish), but it’s also common to see mountain goats and dall sheep in the nearby mountains and bald eagles soaring overhead. In fact, the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge where the lake is located is called “Alaska in miniature” by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service because so many of the animals and habitat types that exist within the state can be found at Kenai.