I was born here. Homer is also known as the Shan-gri-la of Alaska.
There is quite a bit to do here really. You wouldn’t think that about a town of 3,500 people at the end of the U.S. highway.
Great food abounds, all sorts of adventures both in Homer and across the bay in Kachemak Sate Park, fantastic local live theatre, friendly people, fun festivals, art exhibits and of course all the regular fishing and outdoors activities as well.
When you go, try the summertime first. Then go back during the winter for a totally new experience.
Alaska is an amazing place and Homer is the epitomy of this.
Ask me anything about this great place “where the land ends and the sea begins.”over 7 years ago