Homer Spit is a unique spot in Alaska. This slightly more than 4-mile-long, narrow bar of gravel juts out from the Homer shore into Kachemak Bay, and it is a center of activity for the town and tourists. The road along the backbone of Homer Spit is part of the Sterling Highway and it provides access to everything: Parking/camping areas, fishing spots, beaches, the boat harbor and boat launches, the ferry terminal, restaurants, motels, live theatre, galleries, a variety of small shops and charter services (for fishing and flightseeing) and even an ice arena. Drive out the Spit or use the pedestrian/bike trail and enjoy the dazzling array of activity in one of the most scenic spots in Alaska. Want to learn more about Homer and other spots we visit in Alaska and across Canada? Like us at Facebook!


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