ABOUT KENAI RIVERDOG
Kenai Riverdog is a small company based out of Cooper Landing, Alaska. We specialize in personalized rafting trips with smaller group sizes. Our goal is to make it feel like you are floating down the river with family.
COVID-19 SAFETY PROCEDURES
We have opened up our group size (group sizes from 3-6) and we will not be mixing different parties together for safety purposes.
The main trip that we are offering is the Kenai Wildlife Refuge float, which is 12 miles long, but if you have younger children who may not be able to handle an extended time on the river, please ask about our 7 mile float.
$70 per adult
$60 per child under 12
$60 per senior
Minimum group size of 3 maximum group size of 6.
Although the booking program is not allowing groups under 3 to book, if you would like to pay a little extra for a private tour for a small group size, please e-mail me and we can discuss options. Book Now
We will only be offering rain gear in an emergency, in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Please bring rain boots and durable rain gear (rain coat and pants)! We can’t stress this enough. Even if the weather looks nice, it can change before your trip is over. Sitting in the rain and wind on a raft can be miserable if you are not prepared for the weather.
We ask that you respect everyone’s space, including the guide. On the boat it is hard to maintain a 6 foot distance, but with your interactions, please do your best to maintain a safe distance with the guide and shuttle driver.
On the shuttle ride back, a disposable mask will be provided and is required for everyone. If you are opposed to this safety procedure, please do not book with us.
If you are feeling sick at all, please DO NOT COME. If you appear sick, you will not be permitted to go on the trip.We do our best to be a fun company, but as said before, safety comes first. As long as you are following the protocols set in place, we will have a good day on the water. Thank you for your respect and consideration for this matter.
A Note From Kayce & Porter
Hi friends, guests, and Riverdog family. Porter retired from the River in the fall of 2018. At 14 years old, his eyesight, hearing and overall health is slowly declining. It was in his best interest to step down so he can live out his days doing slow walks and sleeping.
Along with this change, I (Kayce) am now a mother of a beautiful one year old named Eva. As the sole provider of care to my daughter, I will be taking safety precautions to protect myself, my daughter and my customers. If you have issues with the safety precautions, please choose another company, or do not go. The safety of my small family comes first, and there will be no exceptions to this.