You can take a look at the Beluga Lake Cabins, which are newly constructed studio log cabins on Beluga Lake in Homer. These new studio log cabins, which are luxurious and spacious, are located in the heart Homer on Beluga Lake. These cabins are centrally located near the Homer Spit, Downtown Homer and have 1 king-sized and 1 queen-sized pullout couch. They also have a kitchen and living area setup and a 3/4 bathroom. The shores of Beluga Lake can be found just a stones throw away. Each unit has 1 king-sized bed and 1 queen-sized pullout couch, 3/4 bathroom, full kitchen (no dishwasher), large flat-screen tv with Samsung TV plus channels and washer, dryer, outdoor seating, and 2 parking spaces. You have access to a lake and a community fire-ring.
Cabin 4 also offers a loft-style log cabin studio cabin on the second floor. This cabin has 1 queen-sized pullout couch, 2 full baths, and a fully equipped kitchen (no dishwasher). The loft on the second floor houses 1 king-sized bed, 3/4 bath, and a large flat-screen TV with Samsung TV Plus channels. This cabin does not have a washer or dryer. You will find an outdoor seating area, 2 parking spaces and a lake access for each cabin. Here are some things you can do while on vacation.
Emerald Lake hiking. The Kenai Peninsula’s network of hiking trails is undoubtedly the best in the entire state. Some trails, such as the Upper Russian Lake Trail have cabins for public use that can be reserved. Johnson Pass and Resurrection trails are well-known and well-travelled, while others are merely game trails. You can hike up Chinapoot Peak in Kachemak Bay State Park to see stunning views. Others, such as Crow Pass or Twenty Mile Out of Girdwood, will take you through rugged mountain passes. Even small hikes can bring you hidden treasures. One example is the Exit Glacier hike up in Seward, which takes you to the Harding Ice Field. Another is the Diamond Creek hike down, which takes you to a deserted shore just outside of Homer. You can explore a whole new world through the trail system that runs across Kachemak Bay, which is located just outside of Homer. Two short hikes will take you to solitude, the Emerald Lake from Glacier Spit and Leisure Lake. You should research the destination you are interested in to ensure that trail conditions and difficulty levels vary.
Bear viewing. Homer, Alaska, is the best place to view bears in the world from mid-May through mid-September. The largest brown bears in Alaska are Alaskan brown bears. They are found west of Homer, where they are also the most abundant. It is almost impossible to miss bear sightings. The tour operators will pick you up at Homer and fly you to one of the many popular bear viewing locations, such as Lake Clark, Katmai National Park and Bruin Bay. The flight takes approximately one hour and features some of Alaska’s most stunning natural scenery.
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