Nestled in the southwestern corner of Alaska, you’ll find the beautiful, idyllic and scenic city of Ketchikan. In Ketchikan, you’ll find a historic downtown, winding hiking trails and fish-filled waters surrounding the place we call home. If you’re looking for an Alaskan escape, Ketchikan is exactly what you’re looking for.
Ketchikan is located on the rocky southwestern shore of Revillagigedo Island (Revilla), part of the Alexander Archipelago. Ketchikan is the first port of call northbound into Alaska, thus earning it the nicknames of “The First City” and “The Gateway City.” The site was originally a Tongass and Cape Fox Tlingit Indians settlement, who named Ketchikan for the creek in the area “Kitschk-hin” meaning “Thundering Wings of an Eagle.”
Known as the “Salmon Capital of the World,” Ketchikan, Alaska, truly is the perfect place to catch salmon. From mid-July to mid-September, five different types of salmon fight their way upstream. In the 1880s a cannery was built in the area that supplied gold miners during the gold rush. Subsequently, the canning of fish became the chief economic activity. Today, the are has a diverse economy with fishing, fish processing and timber, as well as tourism.
Ketchikan International Airport (KTN) is a short 90-minute flight from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA).
Let us know your flight number and arrival time and upon landing, our team will be there to shuttle you and your luggage to Salmon Falls Resort.
Salmon Falls Fishing Resort isADA compliant under the Department of Justice ADA Title III Regulation 28 CFR Part 36, 1991. For information about accessible features, please view our Accessibility Statement.