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Open in The Map Sterling on The Map


60 ° 32' 13.999" N,
150 ° 45' 52.999" W


Kenai Peninsula

Nearest City



203 ft (61.87 m)

Sterling in Detail.


population 115, S of Sterling Highway at junction of Moose and Kenai Rivers, 18 mi E of Kenai, Cook Inlet Low.


Village that apparently had its name formalized in 1954 when a post office was established (Ricks, 1965, pl. 61).

Places Near Sterling

Pedersen Dam,


Anertz Lake, Aurora Lake, Beaver Pond Lake, Big Merganser Lake, Big Mink Lake, Bottenintnin Lake, Breeze Lake, Browns Lake, Calf Lake, Camp Island Lake, Campfire Lake, Canoe Lake, Canoe Lake Chain, Cashka Lake, Cisca Lake, Clam Lake, Contact Lake, Cow Lake, Cygnet Lake, Dabbler Lake, Derks Lake, Doghouse Lake, Dolly Varden Lake, Donkey Lake, Doroshin Lake, Drake Lake, Duck Lake, Duckbill Lake, Duckling Lake, East Finger Lake, Eevook Lake, Finger Lake, Finger Lakes, Fire Lake, Fish Lake, Forest Lake, Gagara Lake, Gavia Lake, Grebe Lake, Horse Trail Lake, Hungry Lake, Hunters Lake, Ice Lake, Kaknu Lake, Kayak Islands, Kayak Lake, Kit Lake, Konchanee Lake, Lili Lake, Little Merganser Lake, Little Mink Lake, Long Lake, Longmere Lake, Loon Lake, Martin Lake, Meadow Lake, Middle Finger Lake, Mink Creek Lake, Moosehorn Lake, Mosquito Lake, Nest Lake, Otter Lake, Pintail Lake, Porcupine Lake, Quake Lake, Rainbow Lake, Rhode Lake, Rock Lake, Lake Sabaka, Sahot Lake, Savka Lake, Scout Lake, Sevena Lake, Silver Lake, Skookum Lake, South Finger Lake, Spruce Lake, Sucker Lake, Sunken Island Lake, Tea Lake, Torpedo Lake, Tree Lake, Trout Lake, Waterfowl Lake, Weasel Lake, Weed Lake, West Finger Lake, West Forest Lake, West Lake, West Lili Lake, Whisper Lake, Willow Lake, Wolf Lake, Yearling Lake,


Scout Lake State Recreation Site,


Naptowne Rapids,


Funny River, Killey River, Moose River, West Fork Moose River,


East Fork Moose Creek, Swan Creek,


Funny River, Naptowne, Sterling,