Kenai Peninsula, Prince William Sound, and Homer Sights


Kachemak Bay State Park

the view of Grewingk Glacier over the lake

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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