Lighthouse Village Cabins

1477 Bay Ave, Homer, Alaska, 99603, United States | Campground
Prices starting from $100.00

Travel Blogs from Homer

Finally beautiful weather

A travel blog entry by travelswithduke


... from this road and we enjoyed the beautiful scenery. The Carl Wynn Nature Center along Skyline Drive was only partly open. There were some very nice homes up on the ridge. We visited the Pratt Museum back in town which was the usual Athbascan natives, fish and homesteading but nicely done. We had a great dinner at Captain Patties Fish House and had seen everything there was to see of ...

Of Halibut and Bears

A travel blog entry by rodk


... bay and rugged interior. For lunch we shelter in a small orthopedically designed mossy bowl and soak up the sunshine. I fall asleep still dreaming of bears and crocodiles.

At 7000 feet and with Kodiak Island passing on starboard and the “school science project” shaped Mt Augustine volcano off to port we were headed at last to the famous Hallo Bay. We are in the Ring of Fire and there are at least four major active volcanos. Mt ...

Homer Bound!

A travel blog entry by kellyhanson


We arrive in Homer and get ready for our ferry ride to Selvovia. Seldovia became a town in 1945. It's located on the southern side of Kachemak Bay. It is only accessible by plane or boat. The ride is 45 minutes and there was spectacular scenery on the way. The town is very slow-paced with only a couple of places to eat and one very compact grocery/hardware/clothing store that has just about everything you can ...

A most spectacular day

A travel blog entry by 2bestfriends


... in the past (and even present) have opted for a life of 'homesteading' and living off the land. This island was settled by the Abbott family, and their descendants still live there (part time?). The family controls half the island while the other part is marked as either federal or state and is protected.

We paddled into small coves, and looked intently for sea life. We visited a interestingly shaped rock in the channel named ...

Big mountains, bears, sea otters and giant halibut

A travel blog entry by ronamoon


... the sunshine and were out in force. We'll be pleased to see the end of these little *******s!

From Denali State Park we continued slowly south, taking a dirt road through Hatchers Pass. This road took us along a beautiful, clear, fast running mountain stream - the weather wasn't bad - a bit overcast, but no rain, and while nearly all of the camp sites along the steam had been taken up with locals making the most of a good weekend, we found one ...

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