We arrived in Homer and drove out on the spit where we wanted to spend the night. The spit is similar to other fishing villages we have visited. There are some shops lining parts of the road and many business. . .charters, tours, fishing businesses, seafood processors, harbors, city parks, and RV parks. We are parked at the most southern park we could find at the edge of the spit. It is expensive for just electric, but it is cheaper than other camps down here. (I refused to pay $68 for full hookups.) We also have a fantastic view of the ocean, so we are enjoying that.
The eagles roost on top of towers here on the Homer Spit.