Peterson Bay Lodge & Oyster Camp

Address: Peterson Bay, Homer, Alaska, 99603, United States | Lodge
 
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This lodge is located on Peterson Bay, Homer.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsPeterson Bay Lodge & Oyster Camp Homer

    Reviewed by emilyfischel

    Loved Every Minute Of It

    Reviewed Jun 4, 2004
    by (2 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

    From the second we were picked up via boat, we felt welcomed. There was nothing we didn't love about the "camp." From the food, to the hospitality, to the hikes to the adventures. Since I've returned, I've always planned to, and will, go back.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Peterson Bay Lodge & Oyster Camp Homer

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    Travel Blogs from Homer

    To The Spit

    A travel blog entry by gemberling on Jul 27, 2014

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    ... is seems to be much more populous than other areas of Alaska. The Homer spit is not the wilderness we expected. We paid $75 to camp at Heritage RV Park! Luckily it included internet and cable TV! We watched the silver salmon jump in the fishing hole, a manmade place, both in shape and in that fish are dropped here to return for spawning, but, since it is salt water, won't happen. ...

    Halibut Cove

    A travel blog entry by travelswithduke on Jun 05, 2014

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    A travel blog entry by beemerdave on Jul 16, 2013

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    ... along Six Mile Creek, back onto Hwy 1.
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    A travel blog entry by chuckschatter on Jul 10, 2013

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