Friends of Kachemak Bay State Park

Phone: 907-435-7375
95 Sterling Highway, Homer, Alaska, United States 99603

 The Friends of Kachemak Bay State Park is a non-profit organization founded in 1999 to promote the enhancement, preservation and protection of the natural recreational, scientific and historical resources of Kachemak Bay State Park. Located on the tip of the Kenai Peninsula, Kachemak Bay State Park includes nearly 400,000 acres of mountains, glaciers, forests, beaches, and rivers. Trail systems are expansive, and Alaskans and visitors alike frequent the park year round for activities such as:

Backpacking, Beachcombing, Berry Picking, Biking, Bird Watching, Camping, Canoeing, Clam Digging, Fishing, Glacier Traversing, Hiking, Horseback Riding, Hunting & Trapping, Kayaking, Mountaineering, Paddle Boarding, Photography, Picnicking, Public-Use Cabins, Packrafting, Rock Climbing, Skiing, Snowshoeing, Wildlife Viewing.

Visit our web site for a map of the park, trail descriptions and trail conditions.

All access to more than 25 miles of park trails is by boat or plane.  Numerous water taxis provide transportation to trailheads and can provided guided hiking opportunities in the park.

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