Bear Creek Winery and Lodging

Address: 60203 Bear Creek Drive, Homer, Alaska, 99603, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 60203 Bear Creek Drive, Homer, is near K-Bay Air, Miller Landing, Emerald Air Service, Inc., and Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies.
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    Travel Blogs from Homer

    Day 5: Kenai

    A travel blog entry by inhissteps on Jun 01, 2015

    1 photo

    This morning we woke up to partly cloudy skies, which means it's colder. Todd and I made a breakfast of sausage and pancakes! After breakfast we showered, cleaned the RV, and headed out right as the next person was coming to take our place, needless to say we had an A+ campsite. Now we are on the way to Kenai, and hopefully on to Homer to spend the night. However right now we have stopped two miles down the road to look at the Russian River. Well we are on the ...

    A Day of Rest

    A travel blog entry by suzannecompton on Jun 15, 2014

    30 photos

    ... a scarf and a few other little items. Ben joined us for a bowl of clam chowder (very good, with dill in it), and then I bought him his Father's Day present, a beautiful vase for the mantel at our mountain house. The potter was there in the shop and it was very interesting talking to her about her work. The shops are not your usual touristy ones but most have unique items made by local artisans. We walked the mile+ back to Heritage RV Park (a very nice one) ...

    Of Halibut and Bears

    A travel blog entry by rodk on Aug 17, 2013

    6 comments, 71 photos

    The Seward Highway running south from Anchorage is hemmed in between the towering Chugach Mountains and the shallow waters and extensive tidal mud flats of the Turnagain Arm of Cook Inlet. Named by Life Magazine as one of the Most Scenic Drives in the world, the highway was named after William H. Seward, the man who, in 1867, bought Alaska from a cash-strapped Russia for $7.2 million. At the time the purchase was derided by some as folly but I'd be talking to my ...

    Success, Really?

    A travel blog entry by chuckschatter on Jul 10, 2013

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... with two ugly eyes on the same side of the body. They come in all sizes – up to 200 lbs.

    We found the location in semi darkness about as dark as it gets this time of year. Saw two Moose by the road, if they had jumped onto the road, it would have been impossible to stop, you simply can’t see them in this light until you are right on them.

    Anyway, when everyone arrived we set off for the fishing. The most ...

    Kenai Peninsula

    A travel blog entry by beadledove on Jul 07, 2013

    9 photos

    ... of a seabird colony in surround sound, felt like a fledgling.

    The actual town of Homer sits on the hillside, but the real attraction is the spit, a few hundred yards wide at best, it sticks out into the bay about five miles. The spit is the location of numerous rv parks, tourist traps, restaurants, the Salty Dog Saloon, a huge harbor and the “fishing hole”. First stop is the Salty Dog for a round of Alaskan Ales. Next stop, the “fishing hole”.