Anchor Point Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Center
President – Bill Scott
Vice President – Cody Cunningham
Treasurer – David Driggers
Secretary – Nina Cunningham
Board of Directors Regular Meetings resume Spring of 2018
Monthly Meeting held every 3rd Wednesday
June 20, 2018
Jul 18, 2018
August 15, 2018
September 19, 2018
24th Annual King Salmon Tournament May 11th & 12th 2018
Please contact us, we welcome your participation and feedback!
34175 Sterling Hwy.
Anchor Point, Alaska 99556
Stretching through the Anchor River valley and atop the bluffs overlooking Cook Inlet, Anchor Point is an excellent choice for those looking for a place to stay with the real Alaska out your backdoor.
Anchor Point, North America’s Most Westerly Highway Point, is a destination choice of visitors from around the world. Year around recreational opportunities abound from river and saltwater fishing, camping, and hiking opportunities in the summer to snow machining, cross country skiing, and nearby ice fishing in winter contributing to its nickname of the fun capital of the Kenai.
Just 200 miles south of Anchorage, an hour drive from world famous Kenai River, and twenty minutes from the grandeur of Kachemak Bay, the personal warmth and friendliness of the residents of this rural community attract visitor and newcomer alike. A cross section of homesteaders, commercial fishermen, business owners, and retirees, Anchor Point is held together by common interest, cooperation, and a true caring for our neighbor.
Anchor Point has many non-profit organizations that offer a variety of activities for their members and the community at large. Anchor Point Chamber of Commerce, Anchor Point Senior Citizens, Friends of the Library, and the local post of the VFW all boast an active membership and sponsor many events throughout the year for the entire community.
Our well trained volunteer fire department and emergency medical services provide top quality response to any emergency. South Peninsula Hospital is only 20 minutes away.
Anchor Point, Come to Play, Come to Stay is as sincerely extended now as when it was first coined many years ago by early pioneering families.