This is a beautiful park. The collection of totems is wonderful. The view out into the Tongass Narrows is beautiful!!! The area is clean and very peaceful!
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While the park is small, it packs a big punch for number of Totems in one place. Friendly staff and hot coffee awaits. Worth the trip for sure. Takes about an hour to get around the whole walk so plan accordingly. We took the public...More
if you love nature than this is the place to be. as long as it's not raining you are good to go. step outside you can almost see an Alaskan sunrise, and like a veil it will lift your consciousness over again.
We took a big Alaskan cruise with our family a few years back. I remember this as being a very nice, beautiful, and unique spot to visit. The short but very breathtaking totem trail is surely a must do for anyone in the area, as...More
My husband and I booked this through a cruise. Tekay, our guide and driver was so gracious and helpful. She was full of legends and stories. She was very knowledgable about how to "read" a totem pole. She knew a lot about the native tribes...More
This is an amazing and beautiful place to see. It has authentic and copies of totem poles on display. The guide tells you the story of several of the totems and takes you into an authentic Clan House. It is definitely worth the visit.
What a beautiful spot! On the water, lovely trees and grounds, and well curated totems. Loved the clan house, and the Park-sponsored Haida dance program featured once a month. The program was beautifully and warmly executed. Their descriptions of how their attire was made communicates...More
I could've stayed at the boat the day we went here. You have to dial a 1-800 number to hear about each totem pole, there is about 10-15 poles. Not worth it