Where to Stay in Homer, Alaska
- Whether you're looking for a honeymoon cottage or
tenting it on the beach, lodging facilities in Homer are as varied
and diverse as its scenery. Your choice will depend upon whether you
wish to wake up to waves crashing on the beach and seagulls crying
overhead, or to the sounds of birds singing in pine trees and moose
browsing on willows.
- Whatever your choice, Homer offers a wide range of
facilities from luxury to rustic. Of course, prices range accordingly.
- Hotels/Motels: Seven hotels and motels offer
a approximately a 300-room capacity in Homer. The rooms provide an
array of services from hot tubs and Jacuzzis to bathrooms down the
hall. Prices vary from about $100 to $160 per night. Reservations
- In town: High atop the city of Homer is 33
campsites available at Karen Hornaday Park, off Bartlett Avenue and
Fairview Avenues for tents and RVs. Some of the sites provide views
of the bay, while others are secluded in willow brush. Water spigots
and restrooms are available. Two week limit and fee. No hookups.
- On the Homer Spit: The city provides designated
camping areas on the spit for tents and RVs. Campers must check in
at the cabin located on the west side of the spit and pay a city camping
fee. No hookups.
There are also several private R.V. parks on the Homer Spit and in
Homer, which provide a wide range of services such as full and partial
hookups, laundromats, showers, beach access and spectacular views.
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