Alaska Hotel Reservations
Misty Fjords National Park
Visitors and residents of Southern Alaska have a jewel of a park, within forty miles of Ketchikan. Misty Fjords National Park encompasses more than two million acres in the Tongass National Forest. The majority of this Alaska Panhandle treasure is designated a Wilderness National Monument.
The park as established in 1978 by Congress and was proclaimed to be named Misty Fiords National Monument, by Former United States President Jimmy Carter.
This coastal rain forest features deep valleys, sharp intervalley ridges and steep slopes. The park is a haven for sea kayaking, water skiing, hiking, fishing and hunting.
While in the park, keep a lookout for the wolves, bald eagles, brown bears, mountain goats, black bears and deer. Stay close to the park in a comfortable Best Western guest room and enjoy your time exploring this magnificent Alaskan wonderland.
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