HC Halibut Cove Alaska, Kachemak Bay State Park, Homer Alaska
Things To Do
1You will discover an abundance of things to do
while in Halibut Cove. There is bear viewing, flightseeing, kayaking, glacier kayaking, salmon & trout
fishing, tour an oyster farm, hike on some of the most beautiful and lush
trails, watch the wildlife and much more!!! Be sure to
Kachemak Bay Water Trail
Make a Ferry Reservation
can make a reservation on the Alaska Ferry right through our company website at:
www.alaskatouradventures.com. The Alaska Ferry System does NOT go to Halibut
Cove. Visit our transportation section for options.
Halibut Cove Facts
3 > One of the only floating Post Offices in the
United States is in Halibut Cove.
> The primary mode of transportation within the cove is by foot, skiff or ATV.
> In 2000, there were 35 people, 18 households, and 12 families residing in
Halibut Cove. Population in 2010: 76
> Mar. 2012 cost of living index in Halibut Cove: 238.4 (very high, U.S.
average is 100)
> Elevation: 50 feet and Land area: 8.12 square miles.
Welcome to HalibutCove.com
Halibut Cove is a little jewel tucked away in
Alaska's first state park, Kachemak Bay State Park. The park area is a
total of 400,000 acres of mountains, glaciers, forests, coastline and
ocean. Visitors frequently observe sea otters, harbor seals, porpoise,
and a variety of whale species. Halibut Cove welcomes the many visitors
it hosts each and every year, but at the same time makes every effort to
ensure that Halibut Cove remains the beautiful, quiet paradise it has
become famous for. Residents are a close-knit community and value their
peace and their privacy. Halibut Cove is a living experience like no
other and I am sure any of the residence will confirm that statement!!
PO Box 116, Homer, Alaska 99603
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