Discover the most magical spots to pitch your tent or park your rig on your next Refuge Cove State Recreation Site adventure.
Discover the scenic charm of Refuge Cove State Recreation Site.
Nestled along the shores of Ketchikan, Refuge Cove State Recreation Site offers a serene escape into nature's embrace. Here, visitors can indulge in a day of fishing, explore the Plant Interpretation Trail, or simply enjoy a picnic as the sun sets. With its 13 acres of lush landscape, this park is a cherished spot for families and friends to gather and create lasting memories amid the beauty of Alaska.
The ideal time to visit Refuge Cove State Recreation Site is during the summer months, when the Alaskan weather is most accommodating for outdoor activities. Conversely, winter can be challenging with shorter days and colder temperatures, making some facilities less accessible.