Sitka Spruce Park
Extra Mile Tours
Operator Bobbie Lekanoff is very knowledgeable in indigenous and WWII history, and knows every single flower and bird.
Ugadaga Bay Trail
On the southeast side of Unalaska, this pleasant hike is 2.2 miles one-way along an ancient portage route. More recently, the US...
Aleutian Adventure Sports
Has kayak rentals for $69 and $89 per day for single and double kayaks respectively, as well as an introductory kayak class for $75. It...
Cape Cheerful Lounge
The Grand Aleutian Hotel bar is more refined than the Harbor View and when the sun is out drinkers move to an outdoor deck. The good...
This Dutch Harbor restaurant does a little of everything, from breakfast and burgers to seafood and pasta, but the majority of its menu...
Biorka Dr · interesting places nearby
Sitka Spruce Park information
This national historical landmark within Dutch Harbor is where the Russians planted Sitka spruce in 1805. It’s the oldest recorded afforestation project in North America. Three of the gnarly spruce are said to be the originals. The park also features interpretive displays and a short trail to an edge-of-the-cliff overlook.