This historic area in Ketchikan is built along Ketchikan Creek and offers charming views of colorful buildings perched on stilts above the water.
Home to the largest collection of totem poles in the world, Saxman Totem Park allows you to immerse yourself in Native American culture amidst beautiful woodland surroundings.
For a challenging hike and panoramic views of the surrounding wilderness, consider hiking up Deer Mountain. The trail offers a rewarding vantage point overlooking the town and the Tongass Narrows.
This moderate hiking trail offers stunning views of the ocean, nearby islands, and lush rainforest. It's a great spot for birdwatching and photography.
Another place to appreciate totem poles and Native Alaskan art, Totem Bight State Historical Park features a scenic setting along the coastline with well-maintained trails.
While not directly in Ketchikan, Misty Fjords National Monument is a must-see. You can take a scenic flightseeing tour or a boat excursion to marvel at the towering cliffs, waterfalls, and pristine lakes within the fjords.
Located just south of Ketchikan, Guard Island Lighthouse offers stunning views of the surrounding waters and nearby islands. You can access the area by boat and enjoy the scenic beauty of the Inside Passage.
This picturesque cove is a popular spot for wildlife enthusiasts. You can often see eagles, bears, and other wildlife feeding on spawning salmon.
This historic trail takes you through the rainforest and offers glimpses of the surrounding coastline. The trail has interpretive signs that provide information about the local flora and fauna.
Mountain Point is known for its scenic viewpoints and opportunities for wildlife spotting. It's a great place for fishing, kayaking, and enjoying the rugged beauty of the Alaskan coastline.