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Kachemak Bay State Wilderness Park

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  • Size

    198400.88 acres

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Description

Kachemak Bay State Wilderness Park became Alaska’s first state park in 1972. It abuts the southern boundary of Kachemak Bay State Park in the Kenai Mountains and extends south, into the waters of the Gulf of Alaska. The park offers excellent backcountry skiing, hiking, hunting, fishing, and sightseeing opportunities. It contains 198,399 acres including 79 miles of rugged coastline. There are no developed facilities in the park, however, a back-country hiking trail is being developed from Tutka Bay that will lead to Taylor Bay.

Allowed Activities
Tent Camping
Fishing
Kayaking
Hiking
Boating
Wildlife Watching

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Accessibility Description

No Road Access. Access by boat from Homer