By-Request Ranger Programs
Located within the temperate rain forest and containing river, estuary and intertidal ecosystems, the park offers abundant opportunities for students to explore and learn about the natural history of southeast Alaska.
From the Battle of 1804, to the rich cultural traditions of Southeast Alaska and the enduring legacy left by Russian settlers, Sitka National Historical park serves as a great location for students to learn about this region's significant historical events and diverse cultural influences.
Did You Know?
The state of Alaska has 33,904 miles of coastline, more than the rest of the United States combined!