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Kenai Peninsula, Prince William Sound, and Homer Hotels

Alaska State Parks Cabins

Pros

  • Solitude
  • Views

Cons

  • Remote locations with no amenities

Updated 08/20/2014

Fodor's Review

Three public-use cabins are within Kachemak Bay's Halibut Cove Lagoon area, another is near Tutka Bay Lagoon, and a fifth is at China Poot Lake. All but the lakeside cabin are accessible by boat; China Poot can be reached only on foot from the boat landing on the beach or by floatplane to the lake. The cabin furnishings are sparse, but include wooden bunks and sleeping platforms, a table, and chairs; there's no running water or electricity. Four of the five cabins sleep

up to six people (the other, the Overlook cabin at Halibut Cove, sleeps eight), and all can be reserved up to six months in advance. There are also yurts in the parks available through alaskanyurtrentals.com.

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Hotel Information

Address:

Homer, Alaska, USA

Phone:

907-262–5581

Hotel Details:

  • No credit cards
  • 5 cabins

Updated 08/20/2014

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