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Kachemak Bay State Park and State Wilderness Park

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Kachemak Bay

Kachemak Bay State Park and State Wilderness Park, Alaska

Here at Kachemak Bay State Park (and State Wilderness Park), it feels good to be #1. This beauty was Alaska’s first state park, and it’s also the state’s only wilderness park. Intrepid explorers Read more...
Here at Kachemak Bay State Park (and State Wilderness Park), it feels good to be #1. This beauty was Alaska’s first state park, and it’s also the state’s only wilderness park. Intrepid explorers (that’s you!) will delight in adventuring through 400,000 acres of mountains, glaciers, forests, bays, and ocean. That’s a whole lot of land to explore, so you’ll be happy to know that you can spend your time here hiking and camping both along the shore and further inland (the mountains are simply divine). Fishing, boating, and kayaking are also well-loved pastimes. You may even be lucky enough to see sea otters, seals, porpoise, and whales. Land-loving species include moose, wolves, black bears, and mountain goats. This place even has puffins!
Kachemak Bay Campground
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Claire: Mako Water Taxi, Coldwater Taxi, and True North Kayak / Taxi will help campers with water taxi travel...
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