Alaska’s Prince of Wales Island is a beautiful island known for amazing fishing, camping, and hiking. Prince of Wales Island is the nation’s third largest island, located about 600 miles north of Seattle in Southeast Alaska, near Ketchikan.
With an extensive road system of over 1500 miles of roads (paved & unpaved). You can easily explore the inlets, bays and surrounding islands that provide scenic views and amazing outdoor recreational experiences.
Take a guided tour of the island led by Alaskan wildlife experts, venture off on your own through the road system, or take a fishing trip. hike the mountain terrain. The wildlife includes: black bears, deers in the forrest areas can sometimes be seen from the road, and whales can be seen off the shore.