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Recent Sterling reviews

  • A lot of fun in a little cabin

    "My family and I really enjoyed our stay here with John and Nancy. The guest cabin sits back on their wonderful Kenai River frontage cabin. My teen son mastered catching the Sockeye Salmon with John's help and he taught us both the art of filleting. The cabin is in great shape and slept all four of us with ease. We loved the freezer on the deck, for all of our catches. The cabin has unlimited hot water and this is great for some real nice baths and showers. The kitchen was well appointed and the gas stove and oven worked great. The property is neat and clean, and the owners made us feel at home and had great suggestions for dinners. I think we made friends, while renting this property. I recommend this property to anyone seeking an opportunity to relax and enjoy the Kenai Peninsula."
    Guest: Julie D. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 13, 2016
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  • Great Location for fishing trip

    "We had a very nice experience at the Bear Paw cabin. The house had everything we needed including a freezer for our fish. We really enjoyed the fire pit as well. The caretakers were friendly but left us to our privacy as well. The location was the best part. During the six days we stayed, we had charters out of Seward, Deep Creek beach launch, and a Kasilof river drift boat charter. In addition, we fished for reds at the Russian, and Kenai and Kings at Kasilof, Deep Creek and Anchor River. Everything was in an easy drive of the cabin. Even the Seward Charter was not difficult and only took about 1 hour and 45 minutes to get there. If you are heading to the area for the world class fishing, this cabin puts you right in the middle of the action with lots of options around you to optimize and coordinate your time with the fish runs. I would highly recommend."
    Guest: Joy N. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: July 20, 2016
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  • home away from home is the perfect description

    "This experience was very relaxing for my family and I . We had everything we needed and it was spacious enough for a family like mine with 5 kids . My children enjoyed the fire pit around back where they could roast marshmallows . They loved the jacuzzi tub as well ! The home was a perfect home away from home . We loved that we weren't to far from town and not to far from fishing . We will definitely be staying here again !!"
    Guest: elisha D m. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 19, 2016
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  • Our stay in Sterling

    "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!"
    Guest: Aimee B. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: July 2, 2016
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