The Underappreciated Borough In Alaska That’s Home To Over 400 Heavenly Lakes
The Kenai Peninsula is a large and beautiful borough, totaling almost 7 million acres. Because so much of this borough can be inaccessible without hiking out into the backcountry, its incredible array of gorgeous lakes can often go unnoticed. These lakes are some of the most beautiful in the state, ranging from the cold and blue of glacier-fed lakes to the ones filled with plant life that attract some amazing bird species.
Have you had a chance to visit any of these beautiful Kenai Peninsula lakes? Which was your favorite? Let us know in the comments below!
Megan McDonald is a writer, photographer, and owner of HuMu Media, an Alaska-based media company. She spends her free time traveling with her husband and daughter, and loves to see and experience new things!