Explore Alaska's End of the Road at Beachfront Lodging on Homer Spit
Located on stunning Kachemak Bay, Otter Beach Lodges offer private beachfront rentals in Homer, Alaska. This beautiful town at the end of Sterling Highway, 200 miles south of Anchorage, is surrounded by a jaw-dropping landscape of ocean, wilderness, glaciers and mountains.Known as the adventure tourism capital of Alaska, Homer is a playground for fishing, kayaking, bear viewing, hiking, and foodie and art vacations.Kayak the coastline of coves and lagoons at Kachemak Bay State Park, or explore scenic hiking trails. Join a fishing charter or rent a boat at the marina and see why they call Homer "The Halibut Fishing Capital of the World". Take a boat trip to Halibut Cove for an up-close view of the coastline and glaciers, or enjoy a bear watching adventure, two miles away.Enjoy an ocean cruise through Kachemak Bay and the Gulf of Alaska and see miles of scenic coastline and Orca whales. For a mix of history and nature head to the Pratt Museum, Wynn Nature Center, and the Alaska Islands & Ocean Visitor Center.Discover the Homer Spit - the longest road into ocean waters in the world - within walking distance of our resort. The Spit is one of the top 100 beaches in the country for its amazing views and wildlife along the 4.5 mile multi-use trail that runs from land to ocean - the end of the road on Alaska's Highway 1.Take a water taxi across the bay, less than 10 miles from the Spit, to Alaska's only designated wilderness park with beautiful trails throughout the park. Homer spit is also well known for its shops, explore at your own pace and you will surely find something you really like. There are many small shops on the boardwalk featuring lots of locally made merchandise, arts, book, music & much more.When you stay at Otter Beach, you'll experience the best local attractions, shops, art galleries, and eateries just minutes away in the quaint town of Homer.Drive only half a mile to sample clam chowder and grilled salmon on Homer Spit. Relax, explore, and take it all in for the adventure of a lifetime.