Cape Fox Lodge

Cape Fox Lodge has everything a vacationer needs when traveling to Southeast Alaska, making it a perfect stop for a shore excursion on any cruise. The lodge is located in the Tongass National Forest and provides majestic views of Deer Mountain, the scenic Tongass Narrows waterway, and Ketchikan Marina.

The interior, style, and overall design at Ketchikan Cape Fox Lodge reflect the history of the area through displays of native Alaskan art, artifacts, and totems. The well-appointed lobby and library features a beamed ceiling, rock fireplace, and overstuffed furniture for relaxing, enjoying the panoramic views from large glass windows, or using the wireless internet capabilities available throughout the lodge.

Guests have a choice of large standard rooms or suites, each with a view of the mountain or waterway, and there is also a full-service restaurant with a menu featuring the freshest Alaskan seafood, a lounge, and a café for coffee and snacks. For an interesting and scenic hike from Cape Fox Lodge, guests can take the Married Man's Trail from the top all the way down to Creek Street.

If you'd like to return to the lodge on another Alaska vacation, Ketchikan Cape Fox Lodge offers a variety of special packages throughout the year, and for business travelers, there is also a Business Special Package available. Cape Fox Lodge is well worth a stop, no matter what brings you to Ketchikan, and it's a great place to stay if you're looking for a night or two off the cruise ship.

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