à la carte excursions

Homer Art and Culture Tour

The cosmic hamlet of nearby Homer is a gem!

Cruise 20 minutes by boat to the end of the Homer Spit and enjoy a unique experience of being surrounded by the ocean while you walk and shop along the boardwalks. The Homer Spit is a long, narrow finger of land jutting 5 miles into Kachemak Bay. It is dotted with shops, restaurants, and galleries, and is home to the area's fishing harbor, an amazing hike and bike trail, and miles of beaches!

Then ride in style into the town of Homer to spend time exploring your choice of museums, brewers, cultural stops, and scenic overlooks along the way.

Even though Homer is at the end of the road, it still offers a multitude of businesses, especially during the warmer summer months. Whether you are looking for something uniquely Alaskan to take home to your friends or a missing piece of gear for your trip, the art galleries and stores in and around Homer have what you want. 


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How To Visit

Your adventure awaits. Begin planning your Alaskan vacation by reserving a stay at Stillpoint Lodge. With a unique combination of eco-adventure, leisure, and wellness... on the edge of the wilderness, there’s no better way to have an authentic Alaskan trip of a lifetime.

No matter how you prefer to spend your vacation, we’re excited to help you create your one-of-a-kind journey. Thanks for choosing Stillpoint Lodge as your preferred Alaskan resort!


Our boutique resort is nestled on the edge of the wilderness just a short voyage across the towering mountain fjord of Kachemak Bay.

Abundant, landscaped gardens yield fresh, organic produce picked fresh just steps from your dinner table.

Visit Stillpoint Lodge near Homer, Alaska for an authentic Alaska itinerary... and make memories and friends that last a lifetime.

“If you are searching

for the raw and unspoiled theater of the wild, yet still wish for the luxuries of civilization, Halibut Cove is the place for you.

And no one can better offer you that experience than Stillpoint Lodge.”

Alaska legend and official balladeer Hobo Jim