Surrounded by Alaska's only state wilderness park, the only way to reach Stillpoint Lodge's uniquely Alaskan home is by boat or float plane.
The village of Halibut Cove is rich with history.
Originally settled in 1911 by Scandinavian fishermen, many of Halibut Cove’s residents still fish for salmon, halibut and cod in Kachemak Bay. Local shellfish farmers also take advantage of our deep, crystal clear, nutrient dense waters for sustainably growing oysters and blue mussels.
Many residents are artists who exhibit their work at the Halibut Cove Experience Gallery, The Cove Gallery, and the trendy Halibut Cove Coffee House. The Cove provides a majestic setting for a unique experience.
Halibut Cove is Alaskan coastal living at its finest.
Halibut Cove is surrounded by Alaska’s first state park, Kachemak Bay State Park and Wilderness Area, where visitors and residents enjoy opportunities for kayaking, hiking, camping, mountain climbing, fishing, hunting, boating and more .
There is an abundance of wildlife in and around Halibut Cove, affording opportunities for bird watching, bear viewing and frequent whale sightings.
Alaska's Perfect Escape: Stillpoint Lodge offers a unique combination of eco-adventure, leisure and culture... on the edge of the wilderness.
Be our guest and experience the very best of Alaska... encounter the diverse wildlife of Kachemak Bay, explore the quaint village of Halibut Cove, partake in Alaska’s finest food, outdoor adventures and leisure activities, then return to the lodge each evening for entertainment and rejuvenation in our luxurious and inspiring facilities.