Wrangell is located in the heart of the Inside Passage and the Tongass National Forest. Located 89 nautical miles northwest of Ketchikan and 41 nautical miles southeast of Petersburg, Wrangell is nestled at the mouth of the mighty Stikine River, the fastest navigable river in North America. This small town offers a friendly atmosphere in the midst of a unique and pristine wilderness area with many opportunities for adventurous excursions. Visit www.wrangell.com for more information on available activities and accommodations.
Wrangell offers visitors exciting excursions to see glaciers, fish for salmon and halibut, and spectacular wildlife viewing. During spring migration, Wrangell is a major stop over for eagles, swans, shorebirds and waterfowl and in July and August gives access to Anan Creek for world class, up close, black and brown bear viewing. Also rich in history, Petroglyph Beach State Historical Park and Chief Shakes Island and Tribal House Historic Monument offer a unique look into the culture of Tlingit Natives.
Wrangell Port & Terminal Information (WRG)Wrangell, AK 99929
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Centrally located in town
Terminal Contact: (907) 874-2021
- Wrangell Port of call, is only 30 minutes- if continuing onboard
- Bathroom facilities/changing station
- 24 hour parking
- Indoor and Outdoor Ocean view seating with Picnic Area
- Ticket counter
- Only 1 Cab Company and 1 CAB - Jonny Cab 907-660-7678
- Tourism Information/brochures
- Adult and Children's Book Exchange
- 2 Pet Convenience Areas
- Unique Local Gift Shop - across street.(adjacent)
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