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A free Salmon Run Shuttle  operates a minute downtown loop 7am-7pm serving all cruise ship berths. When a ship is docked in berth 4, an additional free Bear Shuttle operates a minute waterfront loop serving all cruise ship berths.
Several smaller harbors offer transient moorage to private vessels cruising the Inside Passage. The town is served several times daily by jet service from Seattle and Juneau. The Ketchikan side of the airport ferry service is connected by local bus service  and there are payphones available on the airport side and the Ketchikan side to call for taxi or shuttle van pickup. Ketchikan's historic downtown is small and easily accessible by foot from the most common tourist access point, the massive downtown dock where summer cruise ships moor.
To anticipate how busy the downtown area might be, visitors can check the cruise ship schedules  to see how many cruise ships are in port. However, the rest of the town stretches along the waterfront for miles to the north and south of downtown and is not crowded. Taxi services can provide visitors with access to outlying areas and to tourist destinations outside of town.
The town's bus service  operates two bus lines Green and Silver for locals and visitors. Buses run 60 minutes apart. A free Downtown Shuttle runs May through September, making minute loops from the four cruise ship berths to Totem Heritage Center and back. Coming by cruise ship? Don't immediately book trips and activities via your tour operator, you can save yourself a small fortune by arranging directly with the actual attraction.
The Ketchikan Visitors Bureau  , located near the cruise ship berth 2, publishes a comprehensive area guide that provides maps, contact information for tour operators and local attractions, sample itineraries and community information. A walking tour map is published by Pioneer Printing and the Ketchikan Daily News  and is available in many locations throughout the downtown area.
Probably the most scenic downtown stretch is historic Creek Street , which is only a short distance three to four blocks away from the cruise ship docks.
Once a raucous red-light district, and during prohibition a row of speakeasies, these days Creek Street is home to a quieter class of establishment but still retains its delightful historic charm.
Visitors walking downtown should be sure to include it in their walking tour to see the picturesque wooden buildings that stand on stilts above Ketchikan Creek. Summer visitors can look down from the bridges that cross the creek and expect to spot salmon gathering in the brackish waters near the creek mouth, preparing to make their final ascent upstream, where they will spawn and die. Depending on time, tide, and other conditions you might also see a hungry harbor seal or two cruising the creek mouth for easy prey.
Several galleries specialize in native-design art. Consider some of the strikingly executed carvings or baskets, or if you're on a more modest budget, a print. Ketchikan's art scene isn't limited to native art, however. The town's scenic location and active participation-friendly art community have attracted artists working in a number of media. Local photographers offer some remarkable photos of the area's scenic wonders -- be sure to save some time to actually see the wonders, though and not just their photos.
Excellent work can be found throughout a price range which can accommodate almost any budget. So you like the taste of the fish? If you're looking for something with local flavor to bring home with you, the area's seafood is exceptional and can be packed and shipped frozen back to just about anywhere in the country. If you're leery about shipping frozen fish consider smoked salmon, which travels well.
If unsure, ask the store owner to tell you what kind of salmon and where it was caught and packed. Of the five types of wild Pacific salmon, king chinook , silver coho , and sockeye red will usually be clearly labeled -- they're more highly sought after and command a price premium. Salmon that is unlabeled, or is labeled only as "wild Alaskan salmon" is usually either pink humpback or chum dog salmon. Summertime visitors to Ketchikan should remember that summer is high tourist season and the town has a modest number of hotel rooms.
There are other options available besides traditional hotel rooms, however. Quite a number of local bed and breakfasts host visitors. And many stay at remote lodges, some accessible by road from Ketchikan, others requiring travel via boat or float plane to reach them. However, facilities are primitive and electric and sewer hookups are not available. Tent campers can also generally camp at undeveloped sites in the Tongass National Forest.
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5 reviews of City of Ketchikan "Ketchikan Alaska is a town that is located on the western coast of Revillagigedo Island. The only way to get to this island is by sea plane, ferries, and cruise ships. It is the salmon capital of the world. 3/5(5). The Cape Fox Lodge is a full service Lodge with a full service restaurant, coffee shop and gift store. Our 72 room lodge is built on top of the hill over looking the Tongass Narrows. Our one of a kind Funicular will take you up to the lodge from the historic Creek Street/5(74). Ketchikan also has a rich heritage of Norwegian halibut fishermen and boat builders, Asian merchants and cannery workers, English entrepreneurs and other pioneers who started arriving in the late 19th century to find adventure and .