There is no charge to visit Icy Strait Point so come on down and walk on our trails, skip rocks on our beaches, browse through the retail shops and view the historic canning line and museum. Be sure to check our cruise ship schedule as we are only open when ships are in port. Click here for our 2015 Schedule. Take a break and sit down in any of our restaurants for a fantastic views of Port Fredrick and Icy Strait. Please check the cruise ship schedule for our 2013 operational days. Guests not arriving by cruise ship will be able to book tours that depart before the ship arrives by contacting info@IcyStraitPoint.com. All cruise ship guests are encouraged to book their tours at their cruise lines websites prior to arrival. We allocate all of our departure times and space to the cruise ship that is in port for the day and control all sales until they arrive at Icy Strait Point. Cruise companies generally close their internet bookings three to seven days before the ships departure date so book early. Booking tickets through the cruise lines at their websites is easy and has many benefits. Once Cruise ships arrive at Icy Strait Point we sell remaining tour spaces on a first-come, first-served basis.
The best choice of departure times.
Tickets are delivered to your cabin when you arrive on the ship (no waiting in line)
Staff assisted departure locations and help, often tours meet on the ship in the morning.
Tours are guaranteed to make it back to the ship before departure, the ship will wait in the event your tour arrives back late.
Private Groups and Events
If you are a part of a large group we can arrange private dining arrangements and special menu's. We have hosted an number of weddings at the site and have catered for other large events as well. Our Landing Zone Restaurant offers a sweeping waterfront view of Icy Strait and Port Frederick.
Click this link to view our summer access policy
How do I get to Hoonah?
There are two airlines that currently fly into Hoonah
Wings of Alaska - http://www.wingsofalaska.com/
Air Excursions - http://www.airexcursions.com/
What else is there to do when visiting Hoonah and where can I stay?