Outdoor sights in Unalaska & Dutch Harbor
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In 1996 the US Congress created this 134-acre national historic area to preserve the bloody history of the WWII battles on the Aleutian Islands. The park is unique because the Alaska Native Ounalashka Corporation not the Federal Government, owns and manages it, with NPS providing only technical assistance.
Sitka Spruce Park, within Dutch Harbor, is a national historical landmark where three of six trees planted by Russians in 1805 have somehow survived where all other foliage can't. Because of the treeless environment, however, hiking is easy here. And don't worry about bears - there aren't any.