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Gather wild mushrooms or berries on a hike through Tongass National Forest, complete with gourmet picnic lunch. Glimpse humpbacks on a whale watching trip in the Chatham Straits or kayak through fern-covered grottos. There are plenty of ways to enjoy the majestic nature of Alaska's Admiralty Island at Favorite Bay Lodge!... more
- Restaurant Onsite
- Pets Allowed
- Property Size 12 units
- Conference Facility
- Kids Allowed
- Nearby City Juneau
- Nearby Water N/A
- Open Dates Jun 1 to Sep 15
We try as much as possible to design a trip that focuses on your specific interest's. whether you are a fisherman, photographer, naturalist, kayaker or just want to experience Alaska away from crowds and gift shop's, we will strive to provide an individualized adventure for you or your group. On any given day we might be fishing, hiking, kayaking,... more
Conveniently located inside Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve, Glacier Bay Lodge is an ideal base camp from which to explore the natural wonders that surround you. Accommodations are clean and comfortable, and all rooms are just a short walk from our scenic dining room and main lodge located on the banks of scenic Glacier Bay. The list of... more
We at the Annie Mae Lodge would like to help you enjoy your wilderness experience. Wake up in the morning to the smell of a country breakfast and a view of Icy Straits to the south or the Lush Rainforests to the west. Our room prices at the Annie Mae Lodge include everything needed for a great stay plus peace and quiet on the edge of Southeast... more
Located on the stunningly beautiful Prince of Wales Island, Log Cabin Resort, RV Park, and Campground is your chance to explore and fish Southeast Alaska's spectacular coastlines and waterways. Use a private marina and boat moorage, or take the Island Skipper, a 34' diesel powered charter boat. The ocean is teeming with orcas and humpback whales,... more
Only 17 air miles from Juneau, but a world away, lies Funter Bay, one of the largest protected anchorages on the west coast of Admiralty Island. Ninety percent of the island is a wilderness area now called by its original Indian name, Kootznoowoo, Tlingit for "Fortress of the Bears." Admiralty Island Homestead offers you the opportunity to visit... more
Talon Lodge invites you to enjoy a civilized fishing lodge experience in one of the world’s most spectacular wilderness areas. Set on a private island, we feature the kind of amenities you would expect at a first-class resort. Our guides are veterans of Alaska’s fabled Inside Passage, and have an “inside track” on where to catch the prize... more