Travel Guard and Global Rescue protection insurances are highly recommended on all adventure travel trips. Speak with us when booking your trip for up-to-date details and cost.
In the clear, cool waters surrounding Prince of Wales Island, rich tides prime the deep waters with millions of bait fish that attract annual returns of trophy-size Salmon, Halibut, Red Snapper and Ling Cod. This natural phenomenon first made Waterfall one of the most productive Salmon canneries in Alaska. As a result, this annual return of fish has given Waterfall its legendary reputation.
Since the early 1900’s this area has been famous for the rich fishing grounds that once made Waterfall Cannery. In 1936, the facility produced 222,000 cases of Salmon, then the record for any cannery. Waterfall Cannery’s last pack was in 1970. After an extensive renovation, Waterfall opened as a resort in 1983. Today, the resort attracts anglers from around the world of all skill levels for legendary sportfishing and Alaskan Adventure.
The minute you step off the plane, you will find yourself in another time and place. Waterfall Resort is the way the world was meant to be. Nature surrounds you with breath taking scenery on both water and land. While on the water, is it common to see Whales (Gray, Humpback and Orcas), Sea Lion rookeries, Puffins, Waterfowl and many other species of birds. On land Black Bear, Deer and Eagles are commonly spotted; in addition to the many flowering plants of Alaska’s Tongass National Forest.
Commitment to quality means every detail is given full attention, from the chef’s special recipes to the personalized packaging of your freshly caught fish.
Buffet meals prepared by the professional chefs feature prime cuts of meat, fresh seafood and homemade bread and desserts. After dinner, relax in front of a fire, or share the day’s adventure with our guests in the lounge. At Waterfall, hospitality and service complete your Alaskan experience.