Tides Inn

Address: 307 N. First St., Box 1048, Petersburg, Alaska, 99833, United States | 1 star hotel
 
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Location

This 1 star hotel, located on 307 N. First St., Box 1048, Petersburg, is near Anan Creek Bear Observatory, Inniskillin Okanagan (Dark Horse), Tongass Kayak Adventures, and Stikine-Leconte Wilderness.
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    Travel Blogs from Petersburg

    Whale watching

    A travel blog entry by sggriffin on Jun 29, 2014

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    Well, we arrived in Petersburg on schedule at 2 am. I drove off the ferry for the 9 mile drive to The Trees RV Camping. Now I know how they got their name! There are13 spaces, all strategically cleared between the trees. If I had not had enough backing this rig, now to park in the middle of the night, in the rain; fortunately, we could see since it never gets dark! We had to get up early to meet at 9am for our trip with Captain ...

    Petersburg

    A travel blog entry by frawldog on Mar 30, 2014

    6 photos

    ... of the places we end
    up in. I’ve always said one of the things that make traveling fun is the unknown. There is more of an industry here in Petersburg than in Wrangell. They had 3 or 4 fish processing plants along the water, which may have been in Wrangell, but I didn’t see them. Having a tour guide would have helped in Petersburg, but unless you go out on the water, I don’t think it is necessary. ...

    Juneau to Petersburg

    A travel blog entry by r-phammond on Jul 23, 2013

    19 photos

    ... toward the water, with a row of rocks leading the fish into the top of heart in a V shape. The theory is that fish that swam in near the beach at high tide would be funneled into the traps, which might have been 3-4 feet high, making it impossible for the fish to escape with the ebbing tide. The Tlingits probably then speared the trapped fish and brought them up the beach to be cleaned. They ...

    Gunkholing on the ferry

    A travel blog entry by beadledove on Jun 16, 2013

    10 photos

    We arrived at Petersburg at 7p.m. on a Sunday night. While there isn’t retail establishment open, there are dozens of people wandering around downtown. This is a fishing port and the two major fish packers/canners bring in lots of seasonal workers. No place to go, so they socialize in the parks and on the streets. Heard more Spanish than English…can you say “guest workers?”

    Petersburg was settled by Norwegians and are proud ...

    Petersburg In A Day

    A travel blog entry by chuckschatter on Jun 14, 2013

    ... going fishing with Bob Bailey for King Salmon and/or halibut. We’ll decide whether or not to go on Sunday depending upon tomorrows results.

    Met interesting woman at the hotel, she was issuing our fishing licenses. She commutes via skiff from nearby island, one to two hours each way spring, summer, fall, and winter – fishing both ways. She will only eat King Salmon ...

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