Kachemak Bay State Park and Kachemak Bay State Wilderness Park is a 400,000-acre park in and around Kachemak Bay, Alaska, United States. Kachemak Bay State Park was the first legislatively designated state park in the Alaska State Parks system. Kachemak Bay State Wilderness Park is the state's only legislatively designated wilderness park. There is no road access to most areas of the park, visitors normally fly in or travel by boat from Homer.
Kachemak Bay is considered a critical habitat area due to the biodiversity in the area. Wildlife within the park includes marine mammals such as sea otters, sea lions, and whales, large land mammals such as moose and black bears, and numerous sea and land birds. Terrain consists of both rocky and sandy beaches, dense mountain forests, and higher up, glaciers, and icefields.
Alaska Department of Natural Resources http://dnr.alaska.gov/parks/units/kbay/kbayl.htm
Phone +1 907 262 5581
Address Kachemak Bay State Park & Wilderness, Homer, AK 99603, USA
Coordinates 59°24'35.284" N -151°15'52.459" E