There are both private and City owned campgrounds on the Homer Spit. Check with Homer Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Information Center for camping information. There are restrooms, water & dump station available, maintained by the city of Homer.

The Homer Spit Campground

The Homer Spit Campground is located on the southern tip of the Homer Spit. It offers campers an unforgettable camping experience with stunning views of Cook inlet and the surrounding mountains. Visitors can enjoy plenty of nearby recreational activities including fishing, swimming, or kayaking. It is also right next to the Homer small boat harbor, and the Boardwalk, with plenty of shops, charter companies and restaurants.

The sites have level gravel pads as well as picnic tables and fire pits. There’s plenty of room for RV parking at each site, plus free Wi-Fi service throughout the park.

Fishing Hole Campground

The Fishing Hole Campground is aptly named as it is located right next to the Fishing Hole on the Homer Spit.  The campground is operated by the City of Homer and offers 80 campsites for both tent and RV camping. Each site has picnic tables and fire rings for campers to enjoy. Campground amenities include a fish cleaning station, restrooms, shower facilities and a camp store with basic supplies. One of the cities operated dump stations is nearby.

Mariner Park Campground

Mariner Park is on your right as you drive onto the Homer Spit. It has 34 campsites suitable for RV’s and tents and is also one of Homer’s most popular beach access points. Bikers, kite-surfers, bird watchers and sightseers all enjoy Mariners Park. Operated by the City of Homer, amenities include restrooms and a day use area with a fire ring and gazebo. There are no reservations, so it is first come, first served only. So, arrive early if you want to grab one of the coveted beachfront sites.

West Side Tent Area

The West Side Tent Area is on the opposite side of the road from the Fishing Hole Campground. This is a walk-in, tent only campground with free parking across the street at the harbor. Use the auto-pay kiosks at the Fishing Hole Campground for nightly payment.

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