Stillpoint Lodge - Alaska Fly Out
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Southcentral, Alaska

Quick Facts

  • Price

    Starting at $3,146 Per Person Per Night

  • Trip Starting Point

    Homer, Alaska

  • Lodge Type

    Luxury Lodge

  • Capacity

    28 Guests

  • Location

    Southeast, Alaska

Guided Activities

Stillpoint Lodge sits on a private, secluded peninsula in the quaint village of Halibut Cove at the foot of Kachemak Bay State Park. From this luxurious basecamp they have the ability to offer a wealth of adventure, leisure, and wellness. There's something to suit the taste of everyone, from the boldest adventurer to the lover of relaxation. For the adventurous, the Stillpoint guide staff can take you hiking to glaciers and scenic view points, kayaking amongst marine wildlife and glaciers, saltwater fishing for halibut and salmon, helicopter adventuring, cruising the various coves and inlets of Kachemak Bay on a photo safari, or viewing brown bears in their natural habitat. There are activities to fit every level of fitness.

Stillpoint intentionally focuses on health and wellness in order to provide balance on your adventurous vacation. They offer several restorative therapies and a locally sourced, nutritious menu to balance both the body and mind. One of the inclusions is a choice of one private wellness session per adult, per stay. Some of the wellness options include massage, private yoga, fitness coaching, mindfulness meditation, and forest bathing.   

They provide all gear needed for your desired activity.

Food & Beverage

The Executive Chef and culinary team at Stillpoint Lodge prioritize sustainability and create menus by the seasons. They strive to source local and regional ingredients at the height of freshness. They grow an expansive organic garden and regularly work with local fishermen, farmers, and ranchers to create menus that are simply crafted and well balanced.

Guests enjoy a new menu daily, from casual, hearty breakfast to the four-course gourmet dining experience, curated with wines from the cellar, hand-selected by the  Sommelier. They feature contemporary styled cuisine from home-made snacks to decadent packed lunches to be enjoyed on excursions. With a focus on wellness and health the culinary staff can accommodate all dietary needs.

Alaska's Presidential Chalet

Originally the owner's pride and joy art studio, this exclusive VIP suite cabin is perched on the highest part of the property, boasting 360° degree views of Halibut Cove, Kachemak Bay and the Kenai Mountains. It is far larger than the other suites, with east and west panoramic sitting areas on either side of a king bed, wet bar, espresso, writing desk, and spacious ensuite bathroom with an open shower.

A private helipad doubles as a spectacular sitting area to photograph the sunrise over the mountains or take in the amazing evening alpenglow. On low tides, just a few hundred yards across the waters of Rosie’s Bight, black bears and bald eagles are commonly spotted foraging along the beach. The deck on the opposite side of the cabin is home to a private hot tub, custom standalone sauna, and sunset viewing area.

Lodge Details

The main lodge is a 5,000 square foot building located in the heart of the private peninsula. It consists of floor to ceiling windows, cathedral ceilings, gorgeous stonework, and an indoor babbling creek that leads to a reflecting pool. All of these elements combine to bring a little hint of nature indoors. The lodge is a multi- purpose common space available to all guests 24 hours a day.

Guests stay in private log cabins located throughout the property. Each one is unique and built by local craftsmen with salvaged spruce trees. They are peaceful, authentic and cozy while being furnished with luxurious bedding, robes and slippers, original artwork, modern plumbing, Wi-Fi and personal heaters. There are 3 One-Bedroom Suite cabins, 4 Two-Bedroom Suite cabins, 2 One-Bedroom Deluxe cabins, 1 Petite cabin, and the Alaska’s Presidential Chalet.

Guests have access to an infrared sauna and hot tub overlooking the ocean.

Sample Itinerary

5-Days of Excursions / 6-Nights Accommodations
  • Day 1

    Arrive in Homer in time to catch the 2 pm boat ride to the lodge. Upon arrival enjoy a guided hike on the panoramic Native Trail, and get settled in before a gourmet dinner.

  • Day 2

    Boat, Hike, and Kayak - Full day guided adventure: hike to Grewingk Glacier Lake, kayak with icebergs, picnic atop a scenic glacier overlook. 

  • Day 3

    Bear Viewing - Flight see your way to a wildnerss location for an opportunity to see brown bears in the wild.

  • Day 4

    Saltwater Fishing - Spend the day on the ocean fishing for halibut and salmon.

  • Day 5

    Boat and Bike - boat ride through scenic ocean passage then disembark for an electric assisted bike ride along remote roads. 

  • Day 6

    Photo-Safari Cruise - cruise by boat through the coves and inlets of Kachemak Bay while capturing images of seals, otters, eagles, seabirds, and whales. 

  • Day 7

    Departure Day - Guided kayak tour of Halibut Cove before 12 pm boat departure to Homer

Travel Details

How to get there

Stillpoint Lodge is located in Kachemak Bay and Wilderness Park roughly 12 miles from the town of Homer. Surrounded by Alaska's only state wilderness park, the only way to reach Stillpoint Lodge is by boat or float plane.

There are several ways for guests to get to the lodge.

• One is to rent a car or hire a driver and drive down the scenic Seward Highway from Anchorage to Homer. This takes about four to five hours. The bore tides and a stop at the ski village of Girdwood make this drive interesting.

• Another way to get to Homer is to fly commercially on Ravn Air. Ravn offers frequent jet flights throughout the day and cuts the travel time to about 50 minutes. These options bring you to the village of Homer, where Stillpoint Lodge will pick you up for the 25-minute boat ride across Kachemak Bay.

• Another option is to have Stillpoint Lodge arrange a float plane from Anchorage or another Southcentral, Alaska lodge to deliver you directly to the lodge dock. 

• There is also a private jet FBO at the Homer airport for those who wish to fly privately into Homer and then take the lodge boat across Kachemak Bay to the lodge.

Rates & Package Options

  • Base Rate Per Night

    $3,146 Per Person

What’s Included

• Round trip boat to Stillpoint Lodge from Homer
• Taxes, land use fees, park permits, fishing licenses
• Lodging in private cabin with attahced bathroom
• All meals, snacks, beverages, and alcohol
• Use of activity equipment and gear
• One private welness session per guest 
• Guided activities and excursions
• 24 hour main lodge access
• Airport transfer in Homer if needed

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What’s Not Included

• Cash tips and optional 10% gratuity
• Fish processing and shipping
• Gift shop merchandise
• Additional or private excursions

Rates are based on double occupancy and are subject to change