Chief Shake’s Tribal House

Located on a small island in the city harbor, is reached by footbridge from the end of Wrangell’s main street. The tiny …


Anan Wildlife Observatory

Anan Wildlife Observatory provides an exceptional wildlife and Bear viewing opportunity. The Anan Creek has the largest pink salmon run in Southeast …


James & Elsie Nolan Center

James & Elsie Nolan Center is home to the Wrangell Museum. Take an interpretive walk through the colorful history of the area. …


Petroglyph Beach State Historical Park

Petroglyph Beach State Historical Park has over 40 petroglyphs, which are ancient native rock carvings. This is the highest concentration of petroglyps …

Alaska Marine Highway

The Alaska Marine Highway provides year-round ferry transportation throughout Southeast Alaska. The ferries provide residents and visitors with an opportunity to experience the scenery, wildlife, and warm hospitality of35 ports between Bellingham, Washington and Unalaska/Dutch Harbor on the Aleutian Chain. All routes within the Alaska Marine Highway System (AMHS) are, collectively, a National Scenic Byway. They have nine traditional ferries and two fast ferries and all carry passengers and vehicles and have lounges and observation areas. Food may be purchased on board and most vessels offer cabin accommodations. Stopovers are permitted at any port of call.

Southeast (Inside Passage): Ports of Call include; Juneau, Haines, Skagway, Sitka, Ketchikan, Wrangell, Petersburg, Gustavus, Hoonah, Pelican, Kake, Yakutat.
Cross-Gulf: MV Kennicott provides service from Bellingham, WA, to key Southeast communities and then cross-gulf to Whittier and Kodiak.
Southcentral/Prince William Sound: The Southcentral ferries travel through Prince William Sound and into the Gulf of Alaska and Lower Cook Inlet. Ports of call include: Valdez, Cordova, Whittier, Home, Seldovia, Tatitlek.