The Calvin & Coyle Nature Trail is an important greenspace of forests and meadows that is home to a variety of wildlife. The property is located near downtown Homer at the end of Mariner Dr.
This almost 30-acre property has a 1.5-mile loop trail which includes a viewing platform overlooking Beluga wetlands. This wonderful walking trail offers visitors the opportunity to see a variety of birds and other wildlife.
The Gene and Mim Effler property is located in Homer’s Bridge Creek Watershed Protection District—the source of Homer’s drinking water.
The 18-acre property has a short, raised boardwalk trail and viewing platform. The Efflers were among the first homesteaders in the area, and Gene had a longtime dream of creating a trail for the Homer community on a portion of their original homestead.
The Poopdeck Platt Community Park Trail is an Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) accessible trail across KHLT's almost 3.5-acre Poopdeck property. The trail is across the adjacent land owned by the City of Homer. The trail features interpretive signage, a viewing platform, and ADA parking.
KHLT has been working with the City of Homer, the Homer Independent Living Center, and Alaska State Parks, and worked with the National Park Service’s Recreational Trails program and US Fish and Wildlife Services. Stay tuned as this wonderful community project continues to develop accessibility features.