Kenai Peninsula, Prince William Sound, and Homer Sights


Kachemak Bay State Park

Kachemak Bay State Park Review

Across Kachemak Bay from Homer Spit lies 400,000-acre Kachemak Bay State Park, one of the largest coastal parks in America. The park encompasses a line of snowcapped mountains and several large glaciers; the prominent one visible from the spit is called Grewingk Glacier. One of the most popular trails leads 2 mi, ending at the lake in front of Grewingk Glacier. Several state park cabins can be rented for $50–$65 a night, and a number of luxurious private lodges occupy remote coves.

Mako's Water Taxi. Park access is primarily by water taxi from the spit; contact Mako's Water Taxi 907/235–9055.

Updated: 06-12-2013

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