KWF Kids Zone

Free Family Fun for Everyone!

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Download the 2017 Kenai River Festival Kids Zone Activity Application HERE!

The KWF Kids Zone is busting with free, hands-on fun for the entire family on festival Saturday and Sunday.  Learn about the river and get a chance to win an iPad through trivia, arts & crafts, storytelling and more!

KWF Kids Zone Hours
Saturday: 11am-5pm
Sunday: 11am-5pm

Passport to Fun
Win an iPad at the Kenai Watershed Forum booth!  Stop by the KWF Welcome Tent and grab your passport for a chance to win.  Enjoy the KWF Kids Zone and collect stamps from each completed activity.  Once your passport is completed, return it to the KWF Welcome Tent for your chance to win.  Winners will be contacted by June 20.

*Big thanks to our 2016 iPad sponsors – City of Kenai and Cook Inletkeeper!

KWF Kids Zone Highlights


Thank you to all the participants in the 2016 Kenai River Festival Kids Zone Activities:

Gyotaku T-shirts: AK Department of Fish and Game & Kenai Watershed Forum

Casting for Clean Water: Aspen Hotels of Alaska

Kenai Watershed Animal Puzzles: IDEA Homeschool

Finalist Educational Display: Caring for the Kenai

Salmon Mural: Cook Inlet Academy

Fish Migration Obstacle Course: Kenaitze Early Childhood Center

River Rockets: Challenger Learning Center of Alaska

Life Jacket Relay: Safe Kids Kenai Peninsula

Water Table Ping Pong Ball Toss: Trinity Christian Center

Earthquake Simulator: AK Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management

Face Painting: Kenai Peninsula Education Association (KPEA/KPESA)

Aquatic Archery: Sportsman’s Warehouse

Pathways to Fishing: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

Fish Painting: Boys & Girls Club

Salmon Life Cycle: Alaska EPSCoR

Wetlands Snow Cones: Kenaitze Indian Tribe Environmental Program

Salmon Dissection: Cook Inlet Aquaculture Association

Hand Print Fish Buddy: Girl Scouts of Alaska

Kids Photo Booth: River City Academy

Ice Bucket Life Jacket Challenge: Alaska State Parks

Matti’s Farm Permaculture: Matti’s Farm

Working together for healthy watersheds on the Kenai Peninsula since 1997.