Camping near Seldovia, Alaska

The secluded town of Seldovia is your gateway to pristine Alaskan wilderness camping.

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Rayvens Roost B&B , Seldovia Alaska

3 sites · Lodging1 acre · Seldovia, Kenai Peninsula
Learn more about this land:Season 2022 Bookings are now open ! We’re excited to be here to share a true Alaskan experience with our visitors. We have been hosting guests in Alaska for 30 years , and have made lifelong friends along the way . Our village is OFF the road system and boasts the best fishing in Alaska . Camping on our property is like no other experience. Sleep under an active Eagles nest and wake to their calls each morning. Enjoy your mornings with other travelers in the main house for home cooked breakfast daily . We are nestled on 2 acres of amazing Alaskan foliage and late summer visitors will enjoy picking our berries . Hiking trails are steps outside our door .
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Kilcher Homestead MiracleMeadow

6 sites · Lodging, Tents5 acres · Homer, Kenai Peninsula
A few things that make my place unique: My 5 acres is part of the famous 620-acre Kilcher Homestead, as seen on “Alaska the Last Frontier” TV show. I am the 7th of the 8 children; Atz and Otto are my brothers. There is a special feeling here vibrating in the land, and why our parents picked this spot. Full outdoor kitchen with all you need to cook and wash up; BBQ, hotplate, pure drinking water, spices, pots/pans/dishes etc. Outdoor hot shower and outhouse with great views! The atmosphere feels so pure, so silent, so wild yet comfortable. Drive-in access sometimes, or have to walk 15 minutes, and no issues with mosquitoes!!! You get to meet me and maybe other family members as you cruise around. Homer is 35 minutes away, with oodles of things to do there: great restaurants, a lap pool, fun shopping, etc. We have quite good cell reception here. Lots of options to enjoy your stay!
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Seaside Farm

16 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents30 acres · Homer, Kenai Peninsula
Seaside Farm is a 30 acre, magical, park like farm on the shores of Kachemak Bay, just outside of Homer. A song bird sanctuary, with trails, lawns, gardens, trees, hay fields, and a private beach, cabins, a clover camping meadow, and It is part of an original Alaska pioneer homestead from the 1940's. Although its an organic farm, with its hay fields, pastures and raspberry patch. its primarily the home of hundreds of songbirds, mama moose and her baby, coyotes, flocks of sandhill cranes, two sweet Morgan Horses, an assortment of chickens and two happy cows. I love sharing my farm with travelers, visitors and folks seeking peace, who love nature and outdoor living, and who enjoy getting close to nature, in a real Alaska, original, non touristy setting. This property has three different types accommodations: Rustic, cozy cabins (no indoor running water), a big field for tent campers only, and a few spaces reserved for 4 wheel drive vans , and similar small vehicle camping, including rooftop tents and occasionally a small pop up trailer. There is limited parking and turnaround space, and we like our farm peaceful and not too crowded to provide a special rural experience to all who visit this magical farm There are four cabins sprinkled throughout the property. Two are off grid, close to the beach, private and magical, with wood stoves. All cabins are able to use the main farm lodge amenities, just a few minutes walk away and have their own outhouse.. You can walk on the beach from here, there is a covered camping pavilion available to all guests, a campfire spot and bbq grill, lovely walking trails and meadows, lots of wildlife, and even wifi!
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Beautiful Bay View Bluff Cabin

1 site · Lodging1 acres · Homer, Kenai Peninsula
12x14 cabin on the bluff with bay view. ONe queen bed and pull out single Mattress. Saturday and-Sunday only for rental only, possibly some Mondays. Theres a pathway down to get to the cabin but its a very short walk. Maybe 150 yards. Wonderful view of Kachemak Bay. sits on the bluff above the ocean its VERY steep and 700 or so feet to the bottom. There is an outhouse not too far from the cabin. But its dry cabin so bring your own drinking water, but there is electricity and I'll stock with paper utensils and plates. just text or call with any questions. (907)299-4629.
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The Quiet Serene Wild Wellness Farm

3 sites · RVs, Tents2 acres · Anchor Point, Kenai Peninsula
Come stay in the epicenter of the historic Homer Smith cattle ranch on the edge of the 1900 acre Anchor River Fritz Creek Critical wildlife Habitat in one of the quiet most beautiful places in the South Kenai peninsula. Relax in a mountain wildflower meadow looking out towards the ocean, hills and mountain tops. Decompress down at the local river, have a bon fire, go for a walk from the land, or drive to the countless adventures, amenities that Homer and Anchor Point offer. Learn more about this land: Pitch your tent behind a grove of spruce trees in a blooming fireweed meadow, adjacent to Homer Smith's Historic barn on our farm stead over looking the view of the 1900 acre Fritz Creek Anchor River Critical Wildlife Habitat, the Ocean (Kachemak Bay), and the jagged peaks of the Kenai mountains. Learn about regenerative farming practices with our flock of 100+ Hens and Mr. Rooster in their egg mobile.  Find peace above our bee hives, enjoy the calls of the sandhill cranes and other birds and the quietude of the pristine wilderness that surrounds us. Pick some veggies from the garden, check our food forest and walk a few minutes away to two peony farms. Some hiking, beach walks, yoga, meditation, biking and river access are just minutes away.   Our camp sites offer lots of space between them, allow for personal space, privacy and all have an incredible view.  We built raised wooden platforms to accommodate most tents.  Raising the site up allows for a warmer, level, more soft place to place your tent and enjoy the quietude and views above the Anchor River valley.   Homer is arguably one of best places to experience all Alaska has to offer and our farm is absolutely one of the best places in Homer area to see the Aurora Borealis, and for star gazing.  Our neighborhood could qualify as one of the dark zones because we are out tucked into wilderness.  Come reconnect with nature, you'll find some warm hearted folks here welcoming into their home.
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Boreal forest

2 sites · Tents5 acres · Anchor Point, Kenai Peninsula
Learn more about this land:Wooded property Anchor River State land out front, set up a tent, fire ring included, can fill water jugs, close to food, charters, cannabis store, I also have remote land a longer walk to view wildlife, bears and moose frequently pass through
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Lazy J Ranch

5 sites · RVs, Tents40 acres · Homer, Kenai Peninsula
My grandparents, Stany and Nelda Jones homestead here, my father was just a toddler when they moved here with his family from Texas. They homestead this area before there were roads, and could only travel to this location via the beach and climbing the bluff. My mothers family also Homestead on the Kenai, in Ninilchik, she was born and grew up there in the small river village. When her and my dad married they continued the Jones family tradition of ranching and farming. We decided to offer our family land and share its beauty with others. Your camping spaces are on a corner of the ranch property, near the shared gazebo fire pit. We hope you love it as much as we do!
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Mind's Eye

4 sites · RVs, Tents24 acres · Anchor Point, Kenai Peninsula
Hello. We're a tribe of 8 from PDX/Eugene Oregon. We moved to the Kenai Peninsula 2014 to buy raw land and learn to live sustainable. To give back to our community and mother earth. We want to become producers, and the Kenai Peninsula has given us the platform to do so. We would love to share our wild spectacular forest with you. You'll have all the privacy you want.Learn more about this land:Our 24 acre parcel piggybacks endless BLM forest. You'll be 1 mile from the Anchor river where you can hike,fish,ATV,snowmobile, and birding is popular too! We live very rural, so please be prepared. Cell phone service is great out here. We have a large Military tent with a stove, or a fenced in tent area. You can pick your spot anywhere , but remember we have very large game that roams in the forest.
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Bridge Creek BOG

1 site · RV10 acres · Kachemak, Kenai Peninsula
This ten acres is part of a larger 20 acre homesite. It is within the protected Bridge Creek Watershed where there are strict building and land use restrictions in order to protect the municipal water supply. The 20 acres includes about 8 acres of high quality wetland habitats that support not only big game species like moose but also are prime berry picking areas in the fall. We hope you enjoy this wild space close to town!Learn more about this land:Want to let your pets outside without worrying the neighbors are five feet away? We have a private ten acre parcel, with a gravel access road only ten minutes from town where you can kick your feet up next to the fire and and play fetch with Fido! Vehicles must be self constrained as there are no amenities on site. This is the perfect dog friendly, camper van location!
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Volcano Vista: Cottage with a View

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Diamond Ridge, Kenai Peninsula
Learn more about this land:Relax in the tranquility of a comfy getaway w/ a view. 20 min. from Homer, panoramic vistas, outdoor opportunities, and the charm of a chalet w/ most of the comforts of home. About a mile to Homer Rope Tow, Lookout Mtn. ski trails, & back country trails. Explore nearby trails in any season by foot, snowshoe, ski, fat tire bike, snow machine, or ATV. Wonderful for some time away in winter. Perfect for solitude in summer!
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Glacier Vista RV Pad

1 site · RV5 acres · Fritz Creek, Kenai Peninsula
Learn more about this land:The RV Pad overlooks the Kachamak Bay and Kenai mountains. There are several different glaciers within the view. The Pad is situated on an alpine meadow with various spring wildflowers. (Please be kind to the wildflower meadows). Eveline State park is across the road and is a beautiful trail for hiking, skiing, and snow shoeing. Homer is 12 miles down the hill and has quaint shops and eateries in town and on the Homer Spit. There are boat taxis available in town for hiking across the bay. In addition, Homer is the "Halibut Capital of the World" and several different kinds of charters are available (Including spearfish diving).
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Alaskan Glamping

2 sites · Lodging6 acres · Homer, Kenai Peninsula
Breath, Relax, Recharge!Spend the night in our cozy rustic canvas tents with a spacious deck overlooking the Kachemak Bay and Fox River Flats. With sunlight for twenty hours at the peak of summer your sunrises and sunsets will linger long past coffee time and extended well into the night. Your glamping adventure awaits. Explore hiking biking and ATV trails in the area. Interact explore Homer’s local charm.Learn more about this land:Breath, Relax, Unwind!LUXURY CAMPING NEAR HOMER, ALASKAUNFORGETTABLE ALASKAN ADVENTUREOVER 16 YEARS OF WILDERNESS EXPERIENCEIncludes:WiFi In Greeting Cabin12'x14' Canvas Tents on wood platformLots of space and privacyQueen BedBamboo Hypoalergneic Sheets and PillowsCharging Station in CabinFree ParkingPropane GrillFire Pit with SeatingOur canvas tents are rustic and comfortable, elevated on a hand built wooden deck overlooking the jaw dropping Kachemak Bay framed by the Kenai Mountains featuring the Portlock and Dixon Glaciers. Our beds are fitted with linens and warm comforters for cozy nights.Your community fire pit is accessible to all guests. Enjoy the soft roar of the fire as you scan the adjacent mountain ranges, listen to birds and roast a marshmallow.This is Alaskan Glamping. The Tents do not have electricity and headlamps are encouraged for the few hours the sun dips below the horizon.Close proximity to Hiking and the Diamond J Wedding venue. 
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Camping near Seldovia guide

At the southwest tip of the Kenai Peninsula, Seldovia rewards the adventurous travelers who journey to its shores. Known locally as “the city of secluded charm,” Seldovia can only be reached by airplane or by ferry from Homer, but the payoff for this undertaking is big. Seldovia has beaches with spectacular views of the Cook Inlet, forest trails that begin in town, and an old-timey feel without the crowds of the other summer season hotspots on the peninsula. Popular recreational activities during Seldovia camping trips include kayaking, backpacking, fishing, birding, and wildlife viewing—look out for whales, otters, eagles, moose, and bears.

Where to Go

Seldovia Surrounds

Seldovia has a few great trailheads right in town. For a panoramic lookout over Seldovia Bay, head up the Rocky Ridge Trail. For a flatter forest hike that ends in awesome views of the Cook Inlet, take the Otterbahn Trail to Outside Beach. There is also Jakolof Bay Road, a scenic 10-mile stretch of waterfront road heading out of Seldovia that is popular with mountain bikers. Book a private campsite just outside of town for a secluded tent or RV experience. Kayak rentals and fishing charters can also be found in Seldovia, from where boaters may spot orcas, beluga whales, sea otters, puffins, and other marine animals. Summer is sockeye salmon fishing season in the Cook Inlet too.

Kachemak Bay State Park and State Wilderness Park

The combined Kachemak Bay State Park and State Wilderness Park is a colossal nature reserve just east of Seldovia that contains 400,000 acres of forest and mountains and 78 miles of shoreline. Like Seldovia, there are no roads into the park, so it must be accessed by water taxi from Homer. But with backcountry campsites and a spectacular variety of trails, this remote park makes for an epic day trip or overnight excursion.

Homer Area

For more camping options on the Cook Inlet with views of the Aleutian Range, head north of Homer to the Stariski State Recreation Site or Deep Creek State Recreation Area. The latter is renowned for its razor clamming and salmon fishing. And if you are driving from Homer back to Anchorage, note that you can stop in Seward to visit Kenai Fjords National Park. Go hiking at the park’s Exit Glacier Area, or take a boat ride into the fjords from Seward Boat Harbor.

When to Go

Seldovia experiences extreme seasonal differences. July temperature highs are in the low 60s with over 17 hours of daylight. In December, the highs are in the low 30s and the sun is in the sky for just six hours a day. The sweet spot for visiting this region is from June to September, when the ferries are operating on a summer schedule.

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