Discover The First Wilderness State Park of Alaska's Kachemak Bay
Explore thousands of acres of Alaska's first wilderness state park. Gorgeous glaciers, snow-capped mountains, and marine wildlife are some of the many reasons people flock to this scenic park each year. The park is surrounded by an Instagram-worthy coastline with protected coves, beautiful bays, and lagoons.Here is where you can find clams, starfish, and crabs. Whales, dolphins, friendly seals, and sea otters also populate the crystalline waters.Birders are in for a treat at the Halibut Cove with countless seabirds, including eagles, puffins, marbled murrelets, and pigeon guillemots. Get to know the park by hiking miles of trails with stunning views of the glaciers, lakes, and Kachemak Bay. Or kayak the scenic Kenai Peninsula and gaze at the beautiful landscape.
Prices -Admission is free. A nightly fee applies for cabin and yurt rentals.
- Guided Hikes & Tours
- KachemakBay Shorebird Festival
- Volunteer Programs
- Homer Winter King Salmon Tournament
- Winter Carnival
- Jackpot Halibut Derby