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Bishop's Beach Park

Bunnell Avenue/Beluga Place, Homer, AK 99603
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A Beach of another name

Great family beach with lots of area to walk the dog and the kids. Main parking area and then you... read more

Reviewed 9 November 2017
Lori W
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Soldotna, Alaska
Sunset Spot

This area of Homer as were all areas of Homer, was so so beautiful. Lots of locals gathered and... read more

Reviewed 24 October 2017
whatablessing
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Atlanta, Georgia
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  • Very good28%
  • Average5%
  • Poor1%
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“low tide” (23 reviews)
“great beach” (8 reviews)
“tide pools” (8 reviews)
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Bunnell Avenue/Beluga Place, Homer, AK 99603
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Reviewed 9 November 2017

Great family beach with lots of area to walk the dog and the kids. Main parking area and then you stoll.

1  Thank Lori W
Reviewed 24 October 2017

This area of Homer as were all areas of Homer, was so so beautiful. Lots of locals gathered and walking along the beach. Perfect spot to watch the sunset.

1  Thank whatablessing
Reviewed 16 September 2017

This is one of the few spots in Homer to hit the beach. Enjoy! Homers most popular unofficial dog park, (Bishops Beach). Low tide is the best time to go.

2  Thank tcbursch
Reviewed 14 September 2017

We did not see any wildlife but we had a nice time walking the beach and the trails into the marsh. Free parking.

1  Thank edbishop55
Reviewed 3 September 2017 via mobile

Easy and plentiful parking with direct beach access. Walked along an hour or so after low tide. Saw an eagle, harbor seal and several otters in our walk up the beach.

1  Thank Vhiratsuka
Reviewed 3 September 2017 via mobile

This beach has easy access, you can even drive your vehicle onto the beach, have a picnic and enjoy your day. There was alot of Kelp, but that didn't distract from beachcombing. Walk far enough and it takes you to the backside of the Wildlife...More

1  Thank Suziwoo4
Reviewed 20 August 2017 via mobile

Beautiful beach at low tide. Tide pools to explore unusual rocks to collect as well as snail and clam shells. Easy access.

1  Thank Tina C
Reviewed 20 August 2017

This beach and adjoining estuary are perfect places to walk and to see wild life. There are moose, eagles, cranes, and a variety of migrating birds.

1  Thank Wck370
Reviewed 14 August 2017

Easy to get to, beautiful and peaceful. Not overrun with tourists. Great contrast to the spit on a busy day!

1  Thank luhamil
Reviewed 12 August 2017

Beautiful beach with adequate parking. The beach was not crowded when we went. Excellent rockhounding and beach combing location.

1  Thank DrJim2
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Lisa M
17 August 2016|
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Response from Maynard G | Reviewed this property |
Good question. The quick answer is "no". Tidal variations are caused by gravitational fields of earth, moon and sun, not the seasons. The highest and lowest tides occur twice every 28 days, coinciding with the new moon... More
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Michelle_S902914
8 February 2016|
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Response from Linnylanechanger | Reviewed this property |
Did you know you could fly a float plane into the Grewingk Glacier Lake with a Naturalist and he has stored kayaks there and kayak around the icebergs? Then hike out to meet a water taxi back out. This is seasonal of course... More
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