Our RV sites offer complete/full hookups and access to clean restrooms and showers for an exclusive camping experience. We can also recommend the best local attractions, charters and restaurants to make your Alaskan visit unforgettable.
The Heritage RV Park is adjacent to the Homer Fishing Lagoon, stocked with King (Chinook) and Silver (Coho) salmon. Fish right from our beach.
If you're looking to relax and enjoy the scenery or embark on an outdoor excursion, our park has everything you need. The common building houses the office, bathrooms, coffee bar, rooftop deck and panoramic window seating area. Along with BBQ grills and patio seating, this area is open for all guests to enjoy meals or play games. It is a warm place to gather and visit out of your RV. Feel secure with our 24 hr staffed office and staffed shower/laundry building.
Take a walk on the beach with bald eagles overhead and otters swimming offshore. Enjoy early morning sunrises over the ocean. At evening, gather with other guests and swap stories about your day's adventures. Fishing is just steps away!
May 17th to September 2ed
All sites include FULL hookups: city water, 20/30/50 amp electric and septic, showers, some satellite TV channels, free WIFI and a picnic table.
Beachfront, Field and Fishing Hole sites have campfire pits, made from beach rocks or metal.
Interior (Island) and Pull-Thru sites do not have firepits (no campfires)
Parking areas and roadways are gravel and sites are beach-style with natural beach grass and yarrow.
No 5th wheels, pull trailers and toyhaulers over 30 ft long in standard beach sites #6 - #28 (Yellow). All motorhomes under 42ft are okay.
Big Rig sites are #82 - #107 (Yellow). Choose a BigRig beachfront site for a 5th wheel, trailer, or toy hauler that is over 28ft long or a motorhome over 42ft.
Back-in sites (Blue) in the center of the park have size limitations.
NO BIG RIGS; only trailers less than 28ft and motorhomes less than 35ft.
Pull-through sites (Pink) can fit both motorhomes and trailers of most sizes. Trailers must be disconnected from trucks.
Coaches over 43ft must be in section #75-#81 and will show as FIELD when available.
NO TENT, CAR CAMPING OR BUS CONVERSIONS Must be a self-contained RV with a bathroom and holding tank. Tents are allowed only with an RV.
SEE INSTANT RESERVATION BUTTON FOR SPECIFIC INFORMATION ABOUT SITES AND AMENITIES
Homer is at the end of the Sterling Highway, 220 miles south of Anchorage surrounded by wilderness and ocean. A home base for great fishing (The Halibut Fishing Capital of the World), kayaking, bear viewing, hiking, destination weddings, foodie and art vacations.
The Homer Spit origin is the remains of an ancient glacial moraine, a 4.5-mile strip of sand, rocks and gravel and the longest road into ocean waters in the entire world. Truly an 'End of the Road' location.
Look around Homer's Visitor Center website to learn all there is to know about Alaska and our small fishing town, often called The Cosmic Hamlet by the Sea.
Physical: 3350 Homer Spit Road ~ Mailing: PO Box 1715, Homer, Alaska 99603
Check-In: After 3:00 pm
Check-Out: Noon, 12:00 pm
Open 24 hrs from opening day to closing day.
Staff is available during the off season via email and telephone. Email email@example.com or
call 907.226.4500 to leave a voicemail for a call back.
Short-term reservations are accepted starting on January 1st for the following summer season.
Contact us before January 1st for groups more than 5 sites or stays longer than 10 days.