Sadie Cove Wilderness Lodge

Sadie Cove Wilderness Lodge
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Address
Inside Kachemak Bay State Park
c/o P.O. Box 2265, Homer, Alaska 99603
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Reviewed by Heather Hansen

This relaxed lodge on a private beach in Kachemak Bay State Park serves up Alaskan hospitality with a side of wild. Owners Keith and Randi Iverson welcome, at most, eight guests at a time tucked into five secluded cabins. A rustic sauna and a huge fire pit on the banks of a gushing stream, not to mention organic feasts enjoyed within sight of hunting eagles and snowcapped peaks, make Sadie Cove an uncommon refuge overflowing with character and comfort.

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Price Points
$451-650
Room Types
Cabin
Recreation & Amenities
Biking,Birding,Canoeing,Cultural Activities,Heli-skiing,Hiking,Horseshoes,Kayaking,Other,Photography,Sailing,Saltwater Fishing,Whitewater Rafting,Wildlife/Nature Programs
Eco-cred
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Gateway Town
Closest Airport

This beautiful Wilderness Lodge is located on a privately owned, remote beach inside Alaska's Kachemak Bay State Park, midway between the villages of Seldovia and Halibut Cove, and only 10 miles by boat from Homer, Alaska, the "Bear Viewing Capital of the World" (and also the gateway town for the Kenai Fjords National Park, Lake Clark National Park, and Katmai National Park.)

Custom built in the mid 1970's from driftwood that was milled by hand, piece by piece, into lumber by owner/artist Keith Iverson and accessible only by boat, float plane, or helicopter, Sadie Cove Wilderness Lodge offers the visitor a unique opportunity to participate in Alaska's wilderness lifestyle in a genuine, year-round, Alaskan home and lodge. It has been said by many guests of Sadie Cove Lodge that few places on earth can match the natural, untouched wilderness setting and natural ecology of Sadie Cove. Built as a year-round home in 1973 and established as a full-fledged beachfront / ancient forest / ecologically conscious lodge in 1981, owners Keith and Randi Iverson invite you to celebrate 37 years of residency and 29 years of full-service lodgings in 2010.

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