The following communities are ready to welcome you.

Skagway

A place exists in Alaska where the past lives on, where the cries of “gold in the Yukon” still echo from steep canyon walls, where the sounds of barroom pianos and boomtown crowds ring out in the night. A place where the romance and excitement of yesteryear linger around every street corner, every bend in the trail. Learn More…

Haines

On the shores of the longest fjord in America, Haines is located in the most picturesque setting the human eye has seen. Surrounded by glacier-covered mountains rising from the sea and numerous lakes and streams abundant with fish and wildlife, you’ll feel like you have come home to paradise. Learn More…

Yakutat

Yakutat Alaska has got what you are looking for; we have it all and invite you to share it with us. Miles and miles of beach to walk, run, ride, surf, fish and view the awesome wildlife in their divine habitat. Learn More….

Juneau

Juneau, Alaska’s capital city is the third largest city in the state. Like Alaska, Juneau is full of contrasts, a sophisticated cosmopolitan city in the heart of the Tongass National Forest. Nestled at the base of towering mountains overlooking the Gastineau Channel, the community’s rich culture and history is displayed throughout the town. Juneau has a vibrant urban feel with great dining, shopping and lodging, while being surrounded by jaw-dropping scenic vistas. Learn More…

Gustavus

Gateway to Glacier Bay National Park: Surrounded by Glacier Bay National Park, Gustavus offers a panoramic view of the majestic Fairweather Mountains and the Chilkat Range. Gustavus has an expanse of sandy beaches, open land and forest.. Learn More…

Sitka

For the seekers of treasures natural, cultural and historical, Sitka is that treasure island. With views of island-studded waters and stately spruce forests reaching to the water’s edge, Sitka is considered Alaska’s most beautiful seaside town. Yet Sitka’s hallmark is its tenure and devotion to a culturally diverse past. Learn More….

Wrangell

Outdoor adventure and activities await you in Wrangell. Either on land or on the water. The protected waters in Southeast Alaska near Wrangell are filled with Islands and bays and harbors rich with wildlife just waiting to be explored. The waterways provide excellent sea kayaking and opportunity for exploration by wildlife charter tours. Fishing is spectacular. Learn More…

Ketchikan

A scenic town perched along the shores of coastal mountains and surrounded by protected waterways, Ketchikan is a popular cruise destination, as well as a wonderful spot for travelers who want to experience wilderness and adventure. Ketchikan’s nickname, The Salmon Capital of the World comes from its heyday as a salmon canning center. That abundance of salmon continues to provide outstanding sportfishing opportunities for residents and visitors alike. Learn More…

Whitehorse

The year was 1898 and Gold Fever was in the air. Stampeders from across North America were flocking to the Klondike Gold Fields in great numbers. The trek to the Klondike, which began in Skagway, Alaska, and over the Chilkoot Pass, was punctuated by numerous hazards, none more feared than the infamous Miles Canyon Rapids. As fortune seekers gathered at the head of the rapids, an assortment of temporary structures was built, and the first town site of our city was created. Learn More….