About Us

Who we are

Diamond M Ranch Resort is located in the heart of the Kenai Peninsula. Winner of Trailer Life’s “Top 300 Parks in the US” Award, our goal is to help each guest have the Alaska experience of their dreams. Whether you want spacious RV sites with full hook-ups, gorgeous historical suites with a view, or a tent space with access to all the resort amenities, we have what you need–and strive to provide even more!

We are blessed to be situated on the bluff overlooking the famous Kenai River and Cook Inlet, between the town centers of Soldotna and Kenai. This is a central homebase for your Alaskan adventure with easy day trips to Seward or Homer.

Diamond M Ranch Resort was awarded “Outstanding Business in Tourism” for a commitment to excellence and active involvement in the local community. Your visit creates a ripple effect for good because we strategically reinvest in our community, especially focusing on at-risk youth. Check out Matti’s Farm for more information. With your help, our entire business also operates as green-ly as possible! Ask about how you can help conserve Alaska’s wild resources.

Meet the Martin’s

Carrol and JoAnne Martin came to Alaska as newlyweds in 1963, first to Southeast Alaska and then to their dream location on the Kenai Peninsula in 1975. In 1997 they began building what is now Diamond M Ranch Resort from raw land with one of their children and his wife. Blair and Ronna Martin, son and daughter-in-law, were both raised in this great state and are now raising their own family of third-generation Alaskans. The Martin’s have roots that run deep in hospitality, ranching, and good old-fashioned family fun. Active in their local community, they run their working ranch alongside their award-winning RV Park, awe-inspiring suites carefully modeled after historic Gold Rush era buildings, and a few unique cabins, for a variety of different accommodations to meet your needs.

In 2012, the Martin Family was voted Alaska Farm Family of the Year! Read more here.

We are committed to animals and agriculture, creatively caring for the environment, and educating and encouraging others to do the same. We have a working educational farm with free tours (link to activities) for our guests and low-cost tours for the community.

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