Homer is a beautiful location with wonderful options for great adventures. We are nestled along Kachemak Bay with breathtaking views of mountains, glaciers, and wildlife, a photographers dream.
Homer is known as the Halibut Fishing Capitol of the World, but you can also fish for Salmon and many other species.
Artists from all schools call Homer their home. We have galleries and potteries to explore.
There are excellent restaurants representing different cultures and styles.
Travel across the bay to Halibut Cove, Seldovia, Kachemak Bay State Park, or other destinations.
Drive to Anchor Point (just 20 minutes) to fish the Anchor River and walk along the Anchor Point Beach.
Enjoy walking, try Bishop’s Beach or the beaches on the Homer Spit. There are trails for hiking, skiing, or snow machining.
Try photographing the Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights) from the lookout on Skyline Dr.
Take the kids to Karen A. Hornaday Park to play and enjoy the unobstructed Bay and mountain views.
View moose, cranes, and other animals as you drive through the heart of Homer.
Whether taking advantage of Homer’s world famous fishing, hiking Grewingk Glacier, walking the Spit, bear viewing, or just hitting the art galleries, Homer has something for everyone.