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MountainMama wrote a review Jul 2020
CANTON, United States555 contributions36 helpful votes
The views are beautiful. You can sit here and look for wildlife and watch the waves for hours. Make sure to take a picture by the Western most Point sign which is pretty cool to say you went to.
Date of experience: July 2020
Guide157430 wrote a review Aug 2019
Robesonia, Pennsylvania11 contributions1 helpful vote
Watching the boat come and go with out a pier, the eagles on the beach and the fishermen on the river! Great area to explore!
Date of experience: August 2019
Curiosity21696406121 wrote a review Aug 2019
White City, Oregon4 contributions
My friend and I spent lots of time, early morning and evening watching the boats come and go. It's amazing to we Oregonians, who have never witnessed it before. The eagles are abundant there and provided lots of photo opportunities. It's close th quaint little town on Ninilchik,and the Russian Orthodox Church, also loves the second hand store in Ninilchik, lovely owners, with lots of historic knowledge.…
Date of experience: June 2019
Michael M wrote a review Dec 2018
28 contributions11 helpful votes
I live about 25 miles east of this place where the Anchor River flows into Cook Inlet near the town of Anchor Point ( About 14 miles west of Homer, Alaska). The river is popular for fishing as is the Inlet, but it is a pretty place to camp and explore as well. The views of Illiamna across the bay are incredible and jaw dropping year round. Birds are often plentiful and sunsets spectacular.…
Date of experience: September 2018
Deena B wrote a review Jun 2018
Anchor Point, Alaska5 contributions
Located at the most westerly highway point in North America, this campground is popular with tourists, locals, and out of town Alaskans alike. Lots of room, a clear water river, clean, and close to the beach.
Date of experience: April 2018