Klawock is located on the west coast of Prince of Wales Island,
on Klawock inlet, across from Klawock Island. Located on Prince of
Wales Island, Klawock borders the Tongass National Forest and a
picturesque bay of the Pacific.
This area is the home of
the best salmon and halibut fishing in all of Southeast Alaska.
and one of the few places where you can still catch the mighty
King Salmon, Rainbows, Dollys, and Cutthroats trouts and
steelhead. Halibut, Cod, and bottom fish, are also fisherman's
catch. Saltwater fishing charters with seasoned local guides are
offered in the area.
Native art and culture
flourishes here due to the large population of native Alaskans.
The three indigenous Pacific Northwest Indian tribes, the Tlingit,
Haida and Tsimshian considered the areas throughout Northern
British Columbia and Southeast Alaska their homey. You will see
totem poles standing tall as timeless monuments in cedar from the
Visitors enjoy hiking and
biking the Island, play on miles sandy beaches; cruise the salty
waters viewing the humpback and orca whales, porpoise, sea lions
and otters. Bald Eagles, black bears, Canadian geese and other
wildlife are waiting for your camera lens. The beauty of the calm
saltwater beaches of Klawock Bay is an Alaskan adventure not to be