Experience Alaskan hospitality at its finest and friendliest with accommodations unlike any you will find in hotels. During your stay in this coastal village, you can spend your days on a charter boat watching humpback whales feed in Frederick Sound, go bird watching for migratory birds and waterfowl in the Stikine Flats wetland, take a kayak or canoe trip on the Stikine River, or take a flightseeing tour over the spectacular landscape including the stunning LeConte Glacier.
In May, the town celebrates its Norwegian heritage with the Little Norway Festival, featuring a parade, pageant, arts and crafts, and music. There are more special events held throughout the year at the Sons of Norway Hall, a National Historic site built in 1912.
Either as a stand-alone portion of your Alaska vacation or along the way in the Inside Passage, visitors can reach Petersburg, AK by flight, Alaska Marine Highway ferry, or cruise boat. Be sure to book your lodging in a BBAA member inn.