Things To Know Before You Come
Food service is not available within the park. There are several dining options within walking distance, and many more just a short drive away.
Sitka National Historical Park is a day use area located in downtown Sitka. There are a several lodging options within walking distance, and many more just a short drive away including campgrounds, bed and breakfasts, and hotels.
Sitka experiences a temperate maritime climate, characterized by heavy precipitation and a small temperature range between seasons. Summer temperatures range from high 50s to high 60s F with frequent rain. Winter is rainy and snowy with temperatures from the high teens to the 40s F. Well prepared visitors will have rain gear and layered clothing at any time of year.
Did You Know?
Alaska’s Governor John Brady asked leaders from several southeast Alaska villages to donate totem poles for public exhibitions outside of Alaska, and eventually, for display at Sitka’s popular public park. More than a dozen Tlingit and Haida poles were placed along the park’s trail in 1906. More...