About Halibut Cove
Halibut Cove is tucked away in Alaska's first state park, Kachemak Bay State Park, comprised of 400,000 acres of mountains, glaciers, forests, coastline and ocean. There are no roads to Halibut Cove so getting there is possible only by boat or plane, but the community is only 12 miles across Kachemak Bay from Homer and the famous Homer Spit, and getting across the bay is one of the perks of your visit. The crossing can provide viewings of amazing wildlife, including whales, sea otters, seals and seabirds. Halibut Cove is a special place; an artists’ community with two galleries open to visitors throughout the summer months. While there are no roads, visitors can walk the paths and 12 blocks of boardwalk that skirts the water’s edge and provides a scenic view of the mountainous east side of Kachemak Bay. There are two restaurants and a coffee shop, but no grocery store, so supplies should be purchased in Homer and brought to the Cove.
Meet Your Hosts
We have been exploring and loving Alaska for the past fifteen years and can't wait to share with you what makes it so special.
We hear from folks all the time that Alaska is "on their bucket list", but the only way they know of to experience it is on a cruise. Cruises can be great, but to even scratch the surface of a state as large as 1/3 of the US, you need get off the ship! Marja and Chris will help you create a bucket-list worthy Alaskan vacation that will have you coming back year after year.
Originally from the East Coast, we grew up hiking in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, kayaking in the Atlantic and enjoying some of the best restaurants and cultural activists in NYC. Suffice to say, it took a truly magical place to uproot us.
Want to learn more about Halibut Cove? Start planning your trip to our magical part of the world by reaching out to us! We'd love to answer any and all questions you have for us, and we look forward to hearing from you.
Halibut Cove Cliffside Cottages LLC
51764 Ismailof Island Trail
Halibut Cove, AK 99603