Discover our little ecological niche- the perfect balance of history, art, music and environmental stewardship- Halibut Cove truly is Alaskan coastal living at its finest.

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Alaska Native Heritage

Today more than 100,000 Alaska Natives live in Alaska and comprise roughly 10 percent of the state population, making them an important minority population. The Alaska Native Heritage Center Dancers began in 2001 as part of an after school program. Students connect with their cultures through traditional Alaska Native dance and travel to remote destinations such as Stillpoint Lodge to share their culture. Members of the Alaska Native Heritage Center Dancers include extremely dedicated and enthusiastic students representing many different Alaska Native cultures. The dancers, dressed in traditional regalia, perform dances from all over Alaska that tell the stories of traditional legends, stories, and lifestyles from the Inupiaq, Yup’ik, Alutiiq, Unagax and southeast cultures.

Join in an interactive dance and Alaska Native Games demonstration; participate in learning a song, or attept a traditional game.

how to visit

Ready to book your all inclusive Alaska adventure with us? Call 907-299-7240 to book a package or create your custom itinerary today.

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 each evening for entertainment and rejuvenation in our luxurious and inspiring facilities. Your adventure awaits!


Ideal Location

Beautiful Organic Gardens

Your Bespoke Journey

Surprisingly Luxurious Facilities

The Heart of Halibut Cove

Perfect for Group Events

Responsible Travel

Adventures for Everyone

Cozy Private Cabins

Our Focus on Wellness

“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