Mar 22nd 2013adminUncategorized
Kachemak Bay State Park is an outdoor recreationalistâ€™s dream. Alaskaâ€™s first state park offers miles of hiking trails, the opportunity to watch marine life such as seals at play, great camping and, above all, spectacular scenery.
The park, at the end of the Kenai Peninsula, is located across from Homer, a charming fishing town that hosts thousands of tourists annually. The parkâ€™s 400,000 acres of wilderness are accessible only by boat or airplane; there are no roads within the park. The Alaska Department of Natural Resources, which operates the park, suggests boaters time arrivals Continue Reading »