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Moose Creek Cabins - Alaska Vacation Lodging at its Best

​Ed and Sheryl Sotelo
P.O. Box 15145 Fritz Creek, AK 99603
E-mail: e_ssotelo@yahoo.com

​Phone: 907-235-6406

Location

Homer

With mountain and glacier views it is one of the most beautiful areas of Alaska.

Check out the nearby attractions listed below.

Click on the PDF for a printable map.

Nearby Attractions: Homer Spit salmon fishing holeLynx Par 3 GolfGull Island Bird Sanctuary,

Islands and Ocean Visitor CenterPratt Museum of Natural HistoryPier One Theatre

shops, restaurants, art galleries, halibut charters, flightseeing, bear viewing.

Homer, Alaska

Bishops Beach
Grewingk Glacier Kachemak Bay State Park

Homer, Alaska - is a seaside community of 4,000 residents, with another 8,000 beyond the city limits, overlooking Kachemak Bay and the Kenai Mountains. In addition to the downtown area of Homer, a unique attraction is the Homer Spit, a long, narrow finger of land jutting 4.5 miles into Kachemak Bay. The Spit is the home of a small boat harbor with over 700 charter and commercial boat operators year round. Homer offers all the amenities of a first-class small town, with several art galleries, a movie theatre, bookstores, a natural history museum, several wonderful restaurants, grocery stores, plus the security of a hospital, medical clinics, pharmacies, police and fire departments, and a U.S. Coast Guard cutter for safety at sea. Local, State and Federal government offices operate here, as does the Kenai Peninsula College and Senior Citizens Center.
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Kachemak Bay State Park - is located across the bay from Homer, Alaska, and accessible only by boat or plane. Many species of wildlife live here including black and brown bear, moose, mountain goat, wolverine, and lynx. Kachemak Bay State Park comprises over 300,000 acres of pristine wilderness and is one of the largest coastal parks in the United States. The park has designated trails, catering to all levels of hikers, as well as easily traveled alpine tundra. Weather can be an issue at times so make sure you plan your hike accordingly. Taking advantage of guiding services in the park assures a safe and enjoyable day.
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View of the Homer Spit
The Harbor on the Spit

Homer' Economy - Kachemak Bay has been inhabited for thousands of years. Native Alaskans were drawn to its abundant, diverse land and marine animals and relatively mild climate. In the 1800s, homesteaders and coal miners made up the area's population and Homer became a booming town until the demand for coal diminished in the early 1900s. Some years later, the commercial harvest and processing of fish became the mainstay of the local economy, and Homer became the commercial and transportation hub of the Southern Kenai Peninsula. Today, Homer's economy relies on commercial fishing and the growing tourism industry.
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Halibut Fishing Capital of the World - While in Homer enjoy the vast opportunities for halibut and salmon fishing. Charters are available for fishing trips on (and across) the bay. Plus, make sure you visit the Fishin' Hole on the Homer Spit to take advantage of the salmon runs. Fishing licenses are required for all fishing. Homer has some of the finest halibut charter operators around and Coal Point Trading Company, on the Homer Spit, will process, freeze, and ship your catch.
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View of Mt. Iliamna (seen from Homer) on a beautiful, sunny winter day. Photo by, Sue Post of Homer, Alaska

Moose Creek Cabins

Located in Fritz Creek - A Ten-Mile Scenic Drive East of Homer, Alaska.

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