Getting to Southeast Alaska
Alaska's Boardwalk Lodge is located on Prince of Wales Island in Southeast Alaska. Guests traveling outside Alaska, in the Continental United States, will typically fly to Seattle's SeaTac airport, then take a 90-minute Alaska Airlines or Delta Airlines flight to Ketchikan.
From Ketchikan, we will have arranged air transportation for you to the Lodge, as part of our all-inclusive trips. This breathtaking, 30-minute floatplane ride will take you from Ketchikan directly to Boardwalk's dock.
You will need to arrive in Ketchikan by 4:45 p.m. (Alaska Daylight Time) to reach the lodge that evening. Recommended arrival flights are Alaska Airlines #789 and #67.
- Arrival. If Alaska Airlines flight #69 is necessary for you (7:30 p.m. arrival), you will need to overnight in Ketchikan (please alert our reservationist to make these arrangements).
- Departure. Early morning departures are discouraged — specifically AA flight #60 — due to possible fog delays (please alert our reservationist, so we can arrange special aircraft).
Most private and corporate aircraft fly into Ketchikan, Alaska, where the party is then shuttled directly to our dock via floatplane. However, some planes can fly into Klawock, Alaska (45 min. drive) and tie-downs are available. If you're landing in Klawock, call ahead and we'll meet you on the tarmac.