One of the Alaska's most scenic wonders, Homer Spit is a 4.5-mile stretch of land that juts into Kachemak Bay.
The Spit offers beaches, trails, restaurants, docks, and the best halibut fishing in the world.
See exhibits that reflect the history, art, culture, and contemporary life around Kachemak Bay. Located on the shores of the bay, Pratt Museum also offers a botanical garden and a forest nature trail.
Pratt Museum phone number 907-235-8635
Wynn Nature Center
Located along the bluffs overlooking Homer, enjoy the beauty of this vast spruce forest and watch for the appearance of moose, bear, lynx, and songbirds on this 140-acre wildlife preserve.
Alaska Islands and Ocean Visitor Center
Discover a window to the largest seabird refuge in the world and the wonders of Kachemak Bay. Stroll through indoor exhibits or explore interpretive trails on the center's
95 Sterling Hwy, Homer, Alaska 99603 View Alaska Islands and Ocean Visitor Center location on google map
Fishing in Homer
Halibut fishing and Salmon fishing while in Homer is a must! Homer's fishing has been very consistent through the years. Salmon run to the "Fishing Hole" on the Homer Spit each summer. King Salmon are in the bay all winter. We have teamed up with fishing charter services to offer fishing experience year round.
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