The Ridgewood's unique location offers the complete Alaskan Adventure: mountains, the ocean, glaciers, wildlife, first-class food & wilderness lodging. Why go anywhere else?
Enjoy incredible Alaska adventures at this intimate, timber-framed wilderness lodge in the island community of Halibut Cove, adjoining the Kachemak Bay State Park. Savor three deliciously prepared meals each day, and highly personalized attention with majestic scenery, miles of beaches, and secluded salt water coves right out the front door.
We are committed to making your time in Alaska memorable – GUARANTEED! Kevin and Bowman have a combined experience of 65 years on Kachemak Bay and in Kachemak Bay State Park. Whether your interest is halibut or salmon fishing, glacier kayaking, wildlife and bird viewing, bear viewing or hiking in the mountains, they can show you the Alaska wilderness at its best.
True Alaskan hospitality at Alaska's Ridgewood Wilderness Lodge.
For parties of less than 8 guests that are interested in exclusive use of the lodge, we offer a lodge buyout rate of $8,800 per night. Parties of 8 or more automatically get exclusive use of the lodge at our per person daily rate. Please call us if you have any questions, or for more details.
Other guided activities included in the cost of your stay are bird watching, marine wildlife viewing, hiking the extensive trail system within the Kachemak Bay State Park, glacier lake kayaking, miles of beaches to walk and beach comb, or let your imagination wander, visiting a last-century trapper’s cabin set amongst massive cotton woods along a clear mountain stream.
Don't forget your trout rod for this may be the opportunity to catch that big rainbow trout.
We are authorities at helping our guests book the best, most stunning Alaska bear watching tours.
Indulge your senses watching for whales, porpoises, sea otters, and seals in this rich marine environment, or relax on the decks that surround the lodge, and enjoy the scenery of the Kachemak Bay State Park.
The hosts of this remote wilderness lodge are two sourdough Alaskans, Kevin and Lucinda Sidelinger. Kevin, who built the lodge using timbers from the Pacific Northwest and Alaska, created a unique building that compliments the environment. The Douglas fir, timber-framed bedrooms offer plenty of space as well as large windows and panoramic views of the bay, mountains, and beaches, along with private baths and an undeniably Alaskan flavor.
Halibut Cove is a small island community in a majestic setting. There are approximately 100 summer time residents and visitors who enjoy the 1 local restaurant, boardwalks, and 2 art galleries that culminate on one end of the island. Even Alaskans vacation to this part of the state to remind themselves of why they moved to Alaska in the first place.
Alaska’s Ridgewood Wilderness Lodge is located on the Kenai Peninsula, on the South side of Kachemak Bay in Halibut Cove, Alaska, and is adjacent to the Kachemak Bay State Park, just 7 miles from Homer, Alaska.
In Halibut Cove, Adjacent to the Kachemak Bay State Park.
PO Box 659
Homer, AK 99603
46514 Sidelinger Trail
Halibut Cove, AK 99603
NOTE: We are located in the Alaskan wilderness , and sometimes phone service can be unreliable. If you leave a message and don't hear back from us within 24 hours, please try again, or send an email.