We live in the destination we love and take pride in sharing our lifestyle and local knowledge with you. Included in your stay at Sadie Cove Wilderness Lodge are the activities which we enjoy year round - hiking the trails of Kachemak Bay State Park which surrounds us, beach combing, exploring the fragile inter-tidal zones, clamming or fishing from the shoreline for salmon or Dolly Varden (gear is included).
Wildlife viewing in Sadie Cove is a special mix of sea, land and air. Prolific with sea otters, seals, and sea lions, the shoreline is an ideal place to watch and listen as these creatures live their lives undisturbed by a casual onlooker.
On occasion, a pod of Orcas or humpback whales will visit our cove swimming right in front of the lodge to everyone's delight. Sea birds seem to be everywhere, swimming in protected clutches and our local Bald Eagles grace us with their presence several times a day. In the ancient forest behind the lodge and up the mountain lives a small population of Moose and Bears.
More easily seen from the lodge, and favorite subject for many photographers, are our resident Mountain Goats, pristine white against the rugged rock outcroppings of Sadie Cove.
In the fall berry picking is a popular and delicious pastime. What better way to end your day than trading stories around a campfire, sharing a slew of fresh picked blueberries while the log sauna is warming up to soothe your weary body? We welcome you to our home on the ocean - Sadie Cove Wilderness Lodge.
Unguided activities available at the Lodge are:
All of the equipment for lodge activities is included in the cost of your stay - sea kayaks (double or single), life vest's, paddles, binoculars, 4 brand new waterproof Nikon spotting scopes, 1 antique Bausch and Lomb indoor spotting scope with brass hardware that still works beautifully, 1 Bushnell waterproof spotting scope that's handy for taking on hikes, 1 - 8 inch Celestron "Nex-Star" computerized telescope that can be used during the day as well as at night, (We also have a 4" computerized Celestron "Nex-Star" telescope that is much more portable than the heavy 8 " scope), cameras, berry or beachcombing buckets, clam shovels, walking sticks, backpacks, fishing rods, a starter pack of bait, rain jackets and pants, rubber boots, spare gloves and hats (some quite "Alaska" fashionable), and a library full of books and movies.
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Alaska's Sadie Cove Wilderness Lodge
Inside Kachemak Bay State Park
Box 2265, Homer, Alaska 99603
1-888-283-7234 (Toll free)
907-235-2350 (within Alaska)
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This site was last updated on 09/24/2010