The Kenai Peninsula is lump on the southern coast of the Alaska map, just south of Anchorage. The Cook Inlet and the Turnagain Arm separates it from the mainland of Alaska, while the Prince William Sound lies to the east of Kenai Peninsula, and the Blying Sound connects it to the Gulf of Alaska and the North Pacific Ocean. The southern and eastern areas of the peninsula are characterized by the chains of the Kenai Mountains, The northwestern segment is a flat, marshy area with dozens of smaller lakes.
Kenai Peninsula is also the location of some of the largest towns in southern Alaska, Seward, Soldnota, Homer or Kenai. The largest city of Alaska lies only a few miles north of Kenai Peninsula.