Things To Do In Homer Alaska

Homer, Alaska is the most scenic town in Alaska with views of Kachemak Bay, glaciers and never ending mountains. There are many great Homer hotels, cabins, inns and bed and breakfasts to choose from both in Homer and on the Kenai Peninsula. Bear Viewing, halibut fishing and salmon fishing are some of the most popular activities in Homer and on the Kenai peninsula.

Things to Do

St. Elias Alpine Guides
Offers hiking, backpacking, climbing and skiing in Alaska’s Largest National Park, Join their professional, personable guides for the adventure of a lifetime!

Danny J’s Water Taxi
The Danny J is a conventional-style fishing boat that has served as both a passenger ferry for the residents of Halibut Cove and as a tour boat for visitors to the area since 1966.

Seldovia Bay Ferry
Providing fast, friendly and comfortable 45-minute passenger and light freight service between Seldovia and Homer, Alaska.

Places to Stay

Land’s End Resort
Premium Lodging on the Homer Spit. Where Smiles And The Ocean Greet You At The Door. Good food and quality oceanfront lodging in at the end of the world famous Homer Spit in Homer Alaska.

Homer Ocean House
The Homer Ocean House is a beachfront property just minutes away from downtown Homer and the famous Homer "Spit". Nestled on the shore of the glistening Kachemak Bay, glaciers and mountains rim the shoreline offering incredible views and a variety of wildlife.

Alaskan Suites
Surround yourself with the wilderness of the Kenai Peninsula at Alaskan Suites. Located on Bluff Point in Homer, Alaska, with unobstructed views of Kachemak Bay and Cook Inlet, our resort offers a delightfully modern cabin experience.

Anchorage to Homer

Map Anchorage to Homer

Our Alaska bear viewing tours depart every day from Homer Alaska, which is approximately 5 1/2 hour drive south Anchorage, our largest city. Daily commuter flights from Anchorage are 45 minutes.

The drive along the Seward Highway takes you through some of the most beautiful country anywhere in the world.

As you leave Anchorage the road will take you along Cook Inlet with snow capped mountains on all sides, through lush green mountain passes, and into the Kenai Penninsula.

The drive to Homer has been awarded as one of the most scenic drives in the world.