Travelers from in-state and the Contiguous U.S. come to Homer for many reasons. Old-Alaskan hospitality, world-class halibut fishing, and unique culture are just a few reasons. However, how and where you stay during your getaway has a big impact on the quality and authenticity of your trip. Homer, Alaska, camping is the best way to experience The Last Frontier. Read on for recommendations on how to get the most of your Homer camping experience.
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Must-Dos for Your Homer, Alaska, Camping Trip
RV Camping at Driftwood Inn
Have an authentic Alaskan experience with modern amenities when you reserve a spot at Driftwood Inn’s RV Park. This RV site is centrally located in downtown Homer and overlooks Bishop’s Beach from the bluff. This peaceful location boasts beautiful views of the mountains and ocean, while still being within walking distance from the best things to do in downtown Homer like art galleries, restaurants, and more.
Experience World-Class Fishing
When in Rome… Or, in our case, when in the halibut fishing capital of the world! While you’re here, be sure to reserve your spot on a fishing charter. These charters are led by experienced sea captains who know the best fishing supplies to use to reel in a big catch and exactly which fishing holes to find them in. Don’t miss this chance to fish in Homer, Alaska!
Visit Bishop’s Beach
Bishop’s Beach is a must on your Homer, Alaska, camping trip. Especially since our RV campsite boasts great views of the Kachemak Bay tide on this beach. Enjoy the views from your spot on the bluff, or make your way down to the water’s edge even more exploration. Here, you can explore tide pools, go beachcombing, hike the Beluga Slough Trail, and more. Choose your own adventure!
Explore Downtown Homer
When you stay at Driftwood Inn’s RV campsite you can be at either the beach or downtown Homer is just a matter of minutes. Explore art galleries, shops, and restaurants all while supporting small businesses when you come into town. In Homer, we pride ourselves on Old-Alaskan hospitality and authenticity.
That’s why most of our businesses are family-owned and operated. Not only do these mom-and-pop businesses boast the friendliest service, but you also know exactly what you’re getting! This is especially true of the area’s restaurants. Rest assured that the fish on your plate very well could’ve been in the Kachemak Bay just hours ago.
Come Back to Your Campsite at Driftwood Inn’s RV Park
After a day of exploring the area on land or sea, retreat to your Homer, Alaska, camping homestead. When you reserve a spot at Driftwood Inn’s RV Park, you’ll have easy access to modern RV camping amenities such as complimentary showers, free WiFi, coin-operated laundry, firepits and picnic tables, fish cleaning station and freezer, water/sewer, electricity, and more.
Reserve your spot today!