Park Statistics

Administration
Superintendent:
Sitka National Historical Park: established October 18, 1972
Sitka National Monument: established March 23, 1910
Public Park: established June 21, 1890
Total Acres: 113
Water Acres: 55

Plants and
Wildlife


Plant Species:
168 (vascular) 26 (non-vascular)
Mammal Species: 18
Bird Species: 181
Fish Species: 263
Insect Species: 32

History and
Culture

Number of Standing Totem Poles:
More than 25
Items in Museum Collection: 246,347
Elbridge W. Merrill Glass Negatives: 200
Spruce Root Baskets: 92 (Doris Borhauer Collection)

Fascinating
Facts

Russian Bishop's House is a National Historic Landmark
Sitka contains 1 of only 4 surviving examples of Russian Colonial
architecture in the Western Hemisphere
Contains 1.2 miles of shoreline
 
Colorful, wood carved totem pole in forest
Year
Recreational Visitors
Base Budget
2015
185,150
2014 157,297
2013
161,157
2012 195,157
2011 186,864 $2,025,500.00
2010 189,176 $2,025,500.00
2009 246,866 $1,943,700.00
2008 241,407 $1,940,000.00
2007 304,799 $1,857,000.00
2006 331,393 $1,670,000.00
2005 291,610 $1,565,000.00
 

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

103 Monastery St.
Sitka, AK 99835

Phone:

(907) 747-0110
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