$25 single Person. Extra Ppl. $10 a head!! Limited Power is provided to charge small devices. Bring Your Own Tent/camping supplies!! 15 Designated Rustic, Rugged, and Simple Campsites Food/Water not Provided Artistic Afterthoughts is a Solar/Wind Campground located in Ninilchik, Alaska. WE OFFER A FREE TRANSPORTATION TO AND FROM OUR CAMPGROUND IN A SUPER STREACHED FORD Continue reading...
$25 single Person. Extra Ppl. $10 a head!!
Limited Power is provided to charge small devices.
Bring Your Own Tent/camping supplies!!
15 Designated Rustic, Rugged, and Simple Campsites
Food/Water not Provided
Artistic Afterthoughts is a Solar/Wind Campground located in Ninilchik, Alaska. WE OFFER A FREE TRANSPORTATION TO AND FROM OUR CAMPGROUND IN A SUPER STREACHED FORD EXCURSION with every $30 or more purchase! This free ride is per person, not a group!
Fly into Anchorage, Alaska and take a 5 hour drive along the iconic Seward and Sterling Highways to get ti Ninilchik, Alaska AT NO EXTRA COST!
Our Campground is located on 2 acres in a prime location!
Directly over looking the Ninilchik River, the Cook Inlet, and the entire Ninilchik Village site, and Neighbor to the Historic Russian Orthodox Church.
We offer 1800 watts Solar Power, 1900 watt Freedom 2 permanent magnetic wind turbine, and our battery back-up system to power your simple needs during your stay.
The Ninilchik River is stocked with King Salmon. The Ninilchik Boat harbor is below at the Mouth of the Ninilchik River and the Cook Inlet! The Ninilchik Beach is moments away just walking!
In the right seasons, pick blueberries, cranberries, cloud berries, crow berries right from the property!
Moose, Eagles, Bear, etc. all wander through our land, so you won't miss you chance to get a photo before you leave!!
The view is one of a kind gorgeous, just like All of Alaska!!
We also have the most outstanding view of the Volcanoes across the inlet!
About Our Volcanoes on The Kenai Peninsula
The Kenai Peninsula is home to quite a few volcanoes. Three of which are plainly visable on most days, and three that can be seen on good clear days from Artistic Afterthoughts home in Ninilchik, Alaska.
The Volcanoes visible from the Kenai Peninsula, starting from the north and going south, are:
Mount Spurr, which erupted in 1953 and again in 1992, standing 11,070 feet tall.
Mount Redoubt, standing 10,197 feet sigh, erupted on March 15, 2009 and sent ash plumes as high as 60,000 feet. Mount Redout also erupted for 7 months starting in December 1989 and ending in June 1990 creating ash clouds 12 miles high!
Mount Illiamna is a non-active volcano since 1741, at least not in recorded events. She stands a good 10, 016 feet into the clouds.
Fourpeaked Mountain stands 6904 feet tall. Across the Cook Inlet, her first recorded eruption wasn't recorded until 2006. This is one of the lesser known volcanoes North East of Katimai National Park. Fourpeaked Glacier covers most of the surface of the Volcano.
Mount Augustine is a volcanic island in Kamishak Bay, which lies directly across from Kachemak Bay. Although she stands only 4,134 feet tall, Mount Augustine is quite active, erupting in 1883, 1908, 1935, 1963-64, 1976, 1986, and 2005-2006.
Mount Douglas is dormant volcano that hasn't erupted since the ice age. She stands 7,020 feet tall.