Prince of Wales Island

Rugged and remote, POW is the perfect destination for those wanting to get off the beaten path.  With excellent hunting and fishing grounds, limestone caves, and over 2,000 miles of roads POW is an island full of adventures, just waiting to be explored.  There are remote cabins to stay in, many islands to explore and kayak around, and an abundance of marine and terrestrial wildlife and birds to view.  Come visit our quaint and uniquely Alaskan communities including Craig, Coffman Cove, Klawock, Thorne Bay, Naukati, Kasaan, and Hydaburg.

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  1. Waterfall Resort Alaska

    At Waterfall Resort, the famed cannery turned lodge in Southeast Alaska, anglers enjoy guided fishing adventures for wild salmon and halibut, and a 52-acre setting amid coastal rain forest.

  2. South Haven Guest House

    Chuck and Cass Klee invite you to South Haven, a private, comfortable retreat surrounded by the beauty of Southeast Alaska. The perfect setting for your self-guided adventure. Your stay also includes the use of a vehicle and sixteen-foot skiff.

  3. Alaska's Boardwalk Lodge

    Take in the luxury and adventure provided by Alaska’s Boardwalk Lodge. This world-class, oceanfront resort bears the elite Orvis fishing lodge endorsement — demonstrating its exceptional fishing, first-rate facilities and commitment to excellence.

  4. Prince of Wales Chamber

    Prince of Wales Island is ready to be your new favorite destination. Read our Island Guide (go to the website) to learn what you can do here, get maps of popular areas, & bring home recipes so you can keep a taste of Alaska wherever you go.

  5. Log Cabin Resort & R.V. Park

    Log Cabin Resort is YOUR Fishing and Adventure headquarters. It will be our goal to keep you safe, & provide you with an experience of fishing, crabbing, shrimping, wildlife viewing, whale watching, so you will remember it for the rest of your life.

  6. Clover Bay Lodge

    Surround yourself in Alaska’s giant wilderness, where bald eagles soar above, seals and whales skim the water nearby. Nestled in this vast wilderness is Clover Bay, located just north of Cholmondeley Sound, on Prince of Wales Island’s east shoreline.

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