Rental Car Homer Alaska - Choosing a rental car in Homer Alaska is easy and convenient. Pioneer Car Rentals is located in the Homer airport terminal building. Pioneer Car Rentals in Homer Alaska is open from 7am until 7pm seven days a week 365 days a year. We offer free customer pick up service, corporate discounts, AAA discounts, senior discounts, child car seats, and frequent flyer mileage programs. At times renting the most suitable rental car in Homer Alaska can be challenging. Pioneer Car Rentals meets that challenge by offering a wide variety of vehicle choices. First of all we offer late model clean cars at affordable rates. Secondly, we offer both compact and full size sedans, mini-SUV's and full size SUV's, plus spacious mini-vans.
Whether you fly in, call us to pick you up, or simply walk up to our counter, we will be there for you. We take pride in meeting all reservations. Some of the most beautiful views in Alaska are free to those who drive the roads around Homen. Stunning views of town, the spit and the mountains and glaciers across Kachemak Bay can be discovered. In early morning to late afternoon you might see a moose, black bear, sandhill cranes, porcupine or a coyote ambling along the road. So whether your sightseeing around Homer in one of our rental cars or driving to another destination like Kenai, Seward, or Anchorage, you can count on our cars to be comfortable and dependable. Renting with us requires that you be 25 years old with a valid drivers license and a major credit card or debit card issued in your name.
We offer a wide variety of helpful information. We are more than happy to enlighten you with our expertise of the surrounding area. Your rental car can be the key to experiencing the sensation and beauty of the Spit, the City, and the lower Kenai Peninsula. No visit to Homer would be complete without a drive out East End Road, which parallels Kachemak Bay for 20 miles. The road runs between hayfields, fields of fireweed, and the bay, with magnificent views of the glaciers just a few miles across the water. The road gradually climbs into spruce forest for about seven miles, and than gives way to more open fields with a beautiful view of the head of Kachemak Bay. The farther you get from town, the better are the views of Portlock and Dixon glaciers and Bear Cove.
Our website has many outstanding links to accommodations, other transportation, tours, excursions, charters, and real estate services to name a few. Your initial encounter with us starts first with the paper work. We than guide you to your destination with a map of the area, along the way pointing out eating establishments, galleries, gift shops, and points of interest. Competitive daily, weekend and weekly rates.
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