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Why Famous
  • Famous Park: Chilkat Islands State Marine Park.
  • Famous Lakes: Chilkat Lake, Endicott Lake, Lily Lake, Herman Lake, Walker Lake, Teardrop Lake, Chilkoot Lake, Connolly Lake.
  • Famous Islands: Ansley Island, Entrance Island, Pyramid Island, Sullivan Island, Talsani Island, Birch Island, Black Rock, Couverden Rock.
  • Famous Beaches: Tanani Beach, Tlegu Beach.
Facts Destination
  • Haines was formerly a city but no longer has a municipal government.
  • Haines is the largest concentration of bald eagles in the world.
Area Info
  • Haines is a census-designated place (CDP) in Haines Borough, Alaska, United States.
  • Area: 21.5 sq mi (55.8 km2)
Why Visit
  • Many tourists visit during the annual appearance of bald eagles in the Alaska Chilkat Bald Eagle Preserve between October and February.
  • Take a hike up Mount Ripinsky, a whitewater rafting trip or a helicopter ride over Glacier Bay National Park.
  • It\'s also a great place to settle down and start a militia.
  • Incredible wildlife, spectacular mountain scenery, the best weather in southeast Alaska and a local party scene that ranges from manic to mellow, and from quirky to downright bizarre, makes this the perfect edge-of-the-earth getaway.
Best Time
  • The best time to visit is from May to August.
Transport
  • Haines is much more accessible than most other southeast Alaskan communities of its size.
  • It is connected to the North American highway system by the Haines Highway.
  • Airports: Haines Airport, Haines Seaplane Base.
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Lifestyle
  • Haines is served a weekly newspaper, the Chilkat Valley News.
  • Public radio station KHNS which serves upper Lynn Canal although its primary studios are located in Haines.
  • Haines also has a number of cultural offerings.
  • Alaska Indian Arts offers demonstrations by traditional craftsmen.
  • Haines is the location for the Southeast Alaskan State Fair, held annually each July.