Don’t worry about getting lost when driving out of Anchorage. There’s one major road going north, and one going south. The creeks, rivers, towns, etc., have signs on the highway. The junction where you can keep going south to Seward or right toward Kenai and Ninilchik is clearly marked.
Ninilchik lies on the west coast of the Kenai Peninsula on the Sterling Highway:
From Soldotna: 37 miles
From Anchorage: 188 miles or about 3.5 hours
We are very easy to find: To get to the Sterling Highway (often listed as Alaska Highway 1) from Anchorage, drive south on the Seward Highway to mile 37 and turn onto the Sterling Highway at the intersection. Pass through Soldotna and continue southbound for 37 miles to mile 135.4, Ninilchik Village. At mile 136, take a left on Oilwell Road. Travel approximately 1 block to Kingsley Rd and turn left. Fishing Fool Charters will be on your right..