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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The community of Halibut Cove is comprised of hourglass-shaped Ismailof Island and the south shore of Kachemak Bay, with a protected waterway between called The Narrows. Archaeological research and artifacts found along the shoreline shows signs of a large settlement during prehistoric times. Many structures sit on pilings to escape the twice-daily tide changes averaging 20 feet every 6 hours.

Halibut Cove is surrounded by Alaska’s first state park, Kachemak Bay State Park and Alaska's only Wilderness Park.

Visitors reach Halibut Cove by private boat from Homer; by the locally operated ferry, or by float plane. There is no road access and the primary modes of transportation within the cove are on foot, kayak, skiff or ATV.


Create Your Perfect Journey

Organic Gardens

We Specialize in Groups

Responsible Tourism

Luxurious Facilities

Adventure & Leisure

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