Heritage RV, Homer, Alaska

Homer is a must-see on your Alaskan adventure. Located on a narrow spit with Kachemak Bay to the east and Cook Inlet to the west, Homer's Heritage RV offers sites that are waterfront with views of snow capped mountains across the bay. The spit is a happening place with a harbor, fishing hols, restaurants, the historic Salty Dawg Saloon (you MUST go here) and shops. A bike path spans the length of the spit making it easy to get around. Fresh fish and chips are available at restaurants and beach combing is a fun activity as well. Also popular is fishing in the fishing lagoon or taking a chartered boat out to sea. We loved Homer and all it had to offer. Heritage RV is located in the middle of spit, so all of the activity is within walking and biking distance. The resort is nicely appointed with free computers and printers to use, a gift shop, a meeting
room, board games, a small cafe, large laundry facility and helpful staff. All sites are full hookups and all beach front sites have a fire pit (open fires only allowed at these sites). Sites along the perimeter are best as they offer views of either Cook Inlet or Kachemak Bay. The Cook Inlet side does have the road adjacent to it, so the Bay side is preferred. All sites offer zero privacy from neighbors, but the views are worth it. Tides are extreme here with low tide offering a large, rocky beachfront to comb for shells, rocks, bones, and more. There are gas BBQ grills at the front office for guests to use. Sites can, and are recommended to be, reserved in advance. Many caravans frequent this resort, so reservations are strongly advised.

Best Sites: 5-107
Worst Sites: 29-57
Hookups: Electric, Water & Sewer
Potable Water: At each site
Dump Within Facility: At each site