Peterson Bay Lodge & Oyster Camp
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPeterson Bay Lodge & Oyster Camp Homer
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.
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... br> We park and score several geocaches in the area. Some rather challenging but we manage to find all that we picked out. Sue visits a seafood store and buys some frozen King Crab legs and Razor Clams. Razor Clams are a big attraction here but this year, it is illegal to take any from the Kenai Peninsula beaches. I guess they were alarmed at the declining numbers. If you ...
... countries and are still used as primary residences in North Alaska. Ours was locally built and very comfortable and cosy with a wood stove inside.
We spent an idyllic 3 days here kayaking and also hiking to Grewingk glacier lake.
One day we kayaked to nearby Halibut Cove which has a small settlement and a historic inn, 'The Saltry'. This can be reached ...
... end of the land out on the spit). Albeit there were only about 3 non-fish dishes on the menu (awesome ...), my beet, goats cheese and warm chicken salad was delicious so no complaints from me.
Julia and Jeff both had Halibut with an artichoke , crab & parmesan cheese crust which they said was beautiful also. Win win!
Ok, so fed we headed for the entertainment portion of the night and stopped by the Salty Dawg Saloon for a couple of drinks. ...
... large, outwardly nonchalant grizzly wandered to within a few metres of us (if only scratch and smell technology were more advanced blog-readers could experience it too). Bears gather in large numbers to graze on the productive coastal meadows and catch migrating salmon in the shallows of an estuarine creek system of Hallo Bay. The photo ops were superb and matched only by the endless feeling of suspense as bears regularly appeared from all directions – ...
is an artsy town at the bottom of the Kenai peninsula.
A small strip of glacier moraine extends beyond Homer called Homer Spit, which
was where we camped with a beautiful view of the water with the mountains and
glaciers across Kachemak Bay. Its the little white line on the map coming down from Homer.
Tide pooling is our favorite thing to do in Homer. With it extreme tides of 19 feet, the Bay