Tent and RV camping is available during the summer months.
I only stayed here for one night. We had planned to stay a second, but the wind was so bad that it blew over our tent and woke us up at night. It was definitely a gorgeous view, and if we had known what to expect it might not have been so bad!
This is my family's 3rd year camping on the Homer Spit. We love it every year. Who wouldn't love waking up and going to sleep looking at the ocean?! It does get a bit windy, but it keeps away the famous Alaskan mosquitoes and provides a great opportunity to watch the para-surfers. The sand is great and the tide goes out far, providing fun exploration activities for kids! It can get a little loud with the nearby road, but you get used to it. There are nearby port-a-potties (no showers) and it is only $10 a night per tent. Camping is on a first-come basis and can be a bit crowded on holiday weekends. Overall, the views are awesome and a great place to pitch a tent!