A sheltered oasis in untamed Kachemak Bay State Park, the lodge lies just north of
Tutka Bay and only 10 miles by boat from Homer, Alaska, the Bear Viewing Capital of the World. Custom built in the mid 1970's by owner/operator Keith
Iverson and accessible only by boat, float plane, or helicopter, Sadie Cove
Wilderness Lodge offers the visitor a unique opportunity to participate first hand in
Alaska's wilderness lifestyle with a true Alaskan sourdough.
Nestled between the dramatic vertical peaks of Sadie fjord are a
variety of accommodations in private, hand-crafted cabins - a
sauna and bath house next to a rushing creek; a communal
entertainment and T.V. lounge; a dining hall complete with
professional chef/waitress; and an Alaskan sized Barbecue/fire pit.
The atmosphere is rustic elegance, a great place for a honeymoon,
a holiday or a family reunion.
Activities include halibut or salmon fishing, hiking the State Park trails, wildlife
photography, bear viewing, glacier touring, flightseeing, sea kayaking, clamming, berry
picking, touring the neighboring villages of Seldovia and Halibut Cove, beach fires, or
just plain relaxing.
Come join our adventure!
Inside the Common Lounge
By the Wharfhouse
Eating on the Deck
Electricity is provided by an in-house hydroelectric system operating from a swift
stream which originates a few thousand feet up the mountain. The water comes from
the snowy peaks of Sadie Cove and is the purest imaginable.
Lodge guests (no more than 10) are housed in private cabins. Homestyle gourmet
breakfast and dinner are served in the kitchen and on the outer deck. A cozy, spacious
lounge is available to guests for reading, gaming, visiting, or just relaxing and enjoying
As our world becomes increasingly technological,
we have come to feel a need for those rare places
which retain their natural beauty and individuality. Visiting Sadie Cove is its own reward in
that respect and still there are those special touches and small details which remind us of days
when the words "craftsmanship" and "personality" had deeper meaning. Uncrowded except
for a night sky glittering with stars and, on special occasions, the Northern Lights, Sadie
Cove Wilderness Lodge offers you several cozy cabins to suit the tastes of the adventurer
and the romantic alike. All of the cabins have running water, electricity, heat, fresh air-dried
linens and blankets, a view of the cove, an outdoor deck with chairs, and full housekeeping
services. Far from run-of-the-mill Hotel or B & B accommodations, when you awaken at Sadie Cove there is no doubt that you
are in a special place creatively and ingeniously designed to survive Alaska's harsh winters and warm summers.
You can't get much closer to nature than a comfortable stay at Sadie.
Cuisine is often a source of wonderful travel memories and what could be more memorable than having your catch of the
day freshly prepared by your resident Alaskan chef. Whether it be salmon, halibut, live crab, or freshly dug clams, Randi
Iverson will do it justice creatively and healthfully. She has a lifetime of experience cooking and catering from New York
City to the remote lodges of Alaska. Sadie Cove Wilderness Lodge specializes in gourmet seafood using only the freshest of
local ingredients, many of which are grown in our own garden.
Freshly smoked salmon to whet your appetite!
Fresh produce is grown on the premises
It just doesn't get any better!
Breakfast and dinner are served home-style in the wharf house dining area
or on the deck.
Alaska's Sadie Cove Wilderness Lodge has teamed up with the best of the best - professional, licensed fishermen,
wilderness guides, pilots, and boat captains who are natives of Kachemak Bay or have worked and lived here for many years.
Individually each of us has over 20 years experience in Alaska's bush, together we are a powerful team of North Country
experts catering to your individual needs. You will benefit greatly from our local insight, our understanding of natural history,
and our contacts with local people. We can reveal to you hidden wonders in our area which most visitors sadly miss.
At Sadie Cove you set the pace for your Alaska vacation. The options shown here are exactly that - options for you to pick
at your discretion. You choose what you wish to do and, within certain practical limits, when you wish to do it. All tours may,
and to ensure your participation, should be booked as far in advance as possible. Keith and Randi are glad to discuss your
plans and expectations to custom tailor your vacation. You may wish to focus on local wildlife, making our kayaking and guided
hikes your options. Or fishing for local species of salmon and halibut may be your style. Perhaps the adventure of flightseeing
and brown bear viewing suits you. Any or all of these adventures of the mind, body , and spirit are yours for the choosing.
Contact us with your questions and we will help you make informed decisions for your stay with us.
Salmon Fishing Charter $200
per guest per day 2 person
Halibut Fishing Charter $200 per guest per day 2 person minimum
click here for recommended fishing charters
Helicopter Flyouts from the Lodge
click here for Maritime Helicopters
Seldovia Village tour $65 per guest per day Unguided 2
Sea Kayaking $125 per guest per day
2 person minimum, no experience needed.
see True North Kayak Adventures
Heli-tour the glaciers of Kachemak Bay State Park
Birds and Bears feast on Salmon
see Bald Mountain Air
Halibut Cove Village & Glacier Tour $60 per guest per day 2 person minimum
Float Plane & Helicopter Flyouts from Lodge for Brown Bear viewing, Silver Salmon fishing, Glacier or Volcano
viewing - Quotes available
|Alaska's Sadie Cove Wilderness Lodge|
In Kachemak Bay State Park, Homer, Alaska