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Homer Alaska Map: By Land and by Sea

Just Head to the Salty Dawg...

When we arrived in Homer, Alaska, we had never even heard of this fantastic little town nestled on the southern tip of the Kenai Peninsula. We were fishing for halibut off Point, and someone mentioned the Homer Spit. We decided to head down to check it out. No Homer Alaska Map was needed - we just went looking for the end of the road.

 Homer, Alaska, is a destination with natural beauty, cultural richness, and maritime heritage. We were entranced when we drove over Baycrest Hill and saw the beautiful Cook Inlet and mountains in the distance.  

Map of Homer, Alaska

For adventurers and travelers alike, locating Homer on maps, particularly nautical charts, offers an intriguing glimpse into the town's coastal allure and notable landmarks, such as the iconic Salty Dawg Saloon.

Geographic Location:

Homer is situated at approximately 59.6425° N latitude and 151.5483° W longitude. Its unique position on the shores of Kachemak Bay offers stunning vistas of snow-capped mountains, lush forests, and pristine waters.

Navigational Routes:

Mariners navigating to Homer often reference nautical charts depicting the intricate network of channels, bays, and islands along Alaska's coastline. Key routes may include the passage through Cook Inlet and into Kachemak Bay, providing access to Homer's harbor facilities.

Visit Homer, Alaska by Sea

The Salty Dawg Saloon is a notable landmark featured on nautical charts and eagerly sought out by seafarers and landlubbers alike. This rustic watering hole has welcomed visitors to the historic Homer Spit since the 1950s. Its weathered facade and eclectic interior symbolize Homer's maritime culture.

In 1975, the Dawg became an official reference point on nautical charts. A few years later, an ocean survey crew decided to memorialize the Dawg and installed a metal benchmark in the bar's floor, locating the Dawg 30.94 feet above mean low water on nautical charts.


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