Kachemak Bay Wilderness Lodge

56600 Mclay Rd, Homer, Alaska, 99603, United States | Campground
 

Travel Blogs from Homer

First day without a jacket

A travel blog entry by travelswithduke

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... for a town of its size. Additionally a lot of the residents have greenhouses (compliments of an Alaska grant program from several years ago). Since Homer is more temperate than most of Alaska a lot of things can be grown all year. Wednesday afternoon should have been a farmer's market day but was not yet happening. We spent the rest of the day finally uploading pictures to our travel ...

Of Halibut and Bears

A travel blog entry by rodk

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... two bear watching trips.

After dreaming of bear versus crocodile fights all night we awoke to find that high winds and big seas had cancelled our bear watching options for the day so we chose instead to keep our feet on the ground and take on the challenging Grace Ridge walk. A short but rough water taxi ride from Homer, the walk traverses some 14 km from sea level to 1000m and back down. It begins in dense temperate rainforest and rises steeply above ...

Halibut Fishing in the Gulf of Alaska

A travel blog entry by kellyhanson

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Deep sea fishing!! Yeah! Looking forward to catching halibut to take home. We sleep in the motor home overnight in the dock parking lot because we had to be here at 6 AM. It was cold, rainy and foggy. We were prepared with rain gear and boots. We all started getting bites ...

A most spectacular day

A travel blog entry by 2bestfriends

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After the boat picked us up, we had about a 30 min ride to Yukon Island to have lunch and then do the sea kayaking portion of our trip. Overall, hiking in this part of the world was truly an experience of a lifetime.

Upon arrival at Yukon Island we found a make-shift lean-to full of kayaks, spray skirts, paddles and life jackets. We had a great lunch on the beach and enjoyed the gorgeous surroundings immensely. After ...

Big mountains, bears, sea otters and giant halibut

A travel blog entry by ronamoon

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... of dall sheep, a number of caribou, a porcupine and a lone wolf. Now the wolf was a rare sighting and we were so lucky to see it and it was right beside the bus, so that made up for the other critters which were a bit of a way from the bus, so there wasn't much chance of any closeup pics, still we saw them.

The next day Ron, Neil and Lachie (Neil's grandson) went for a rafting trip in the afternoon (another fine, warm and sunny day - can't believe ...

Location

This campground, located on 56600 Mclay Rd, Homer, is near Homer Spit, K-Bay Air, Emerald Air Service, Inc., and Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies.
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