This property is set in the popular recreational site Willow Alaska. Honeybee Hill is surrounded by plenty of lakes and rivers for your enjoyment. Beautiful setting with easy access to water sports.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
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Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Honeybee Hill in Alaska.
Long Lake Boat launch and lake access across the street
The vibe at Honeybee Hill
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We camped at Honeybee Hill as some of their first campers. The hosts Lana & Jay were super nice and helpful. Lana helped us with directions when we took a wrong turn. Jay showed us to our campsite and brought up a cool fire pit made out of half a barrel. We had a large campsite all to ourselves. We stared at the stars and satellites and saw many shooting stars.
The site could be improved by having a picnic table to cook and eat on, and a garbage receptacle nearby. Once the sites are numbered/identified, this will help prevent other campers from coming up on our site with their 4-wheeler. Be aware of roaming dogs off-leash. Friendly dogs, but they upset our own dog who stays close to us in our camp & is a passionate protector of us. We had a stressful scuffle when the friendly dogs came strolling through our camp unexpectedly.
This may be obvious, but If you go for a dip in any nearby lakes, make sure to FULLY dry off IMMEDIATELY and shower yourself as soon as possible (there is a shower on site.) I failed to do these things and came home with a wicked case of swimmer’s itch. If you ever wondered what it feels like to have a maddening, incessant burning itch ALL OVER your body, try swimmer’s itch. One week later, the itch has calmed for the most part. Now the “blisters” are healing. I look like I have chicken pox or shoot a lot of drugs.
At night, loons on the lakes will sing loudly. In the early morning hours, float/ski planes will be taking off every 5-10 minutes.
Overall the experience for one night was mixed. Mostly pleasant, but once the site is more developed (they just started HipCamp) visitors will have a more relaxing stay.