Bishop Beach – Homer, Alaska
A walk along Bishop Beach on the Kachemak Bay south of Homer is a nice relaxing walk. And at low tide, you have plenty of beach to explore with expansive views of the mountains across the bay.
LIke any beach, there’s no set trail. Just wander at will. There can be tide pools and temporary rivers flowing caused by the tide.
Dress warmly! Even when I went in early June, I wore a winter coat, hiking boots and a stocking cap… And I was still happy to get to a nearby coffee shop for some warmth after!
Directions: From the Sterling Highway (Highway 1) in Homer, turn south onto Main St. and then turn left on E. Bunnell Ave. Then turn right on Beluga Place, which will end at the parking lot for Bishop Beach. Nearby geocaches