Striking fjords in the heart of the Tongass National Forest, a remote area accessible by boat or plane with scenic views and abundant wildlife.
Ketchikan has been a fishing destination for millennia; spend the day fishing in Ketchikan!
Visit Traitor's Cove, Neets Bay, or Anan Creek for spectacular brown and black bear sights.
Once the red light district of town, now a historical landmark and shopping center, spend the day strolling along the creek.
Located 10 miles North of Ketchikan, the park is home to the world's largest collection of totem poles; free admission.
Learn the art of totem pole carving and the history of the Cape Fox Tlingits; 2 miles South of town.
Learn about the Tongass National Forest, the largest temperate rain forest in the world; kids junior ranger program available.
A 6.7 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail with a lake and a stunning view of Ketchikan; difficult.
A lighthearted and playful look at Ketchikan's timber past with real lumberjacks!
Enjoy all things blueberry with a fun weekend held by the local Ketchikan Area Arts & Humanities Council every August.