Motel in Haines Alaska
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Owners: Mike and Betty Ricker
Address: 216 Dalton Street, Haines AK 99827 USA
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Activities/Attractions: Haines boasts many gift shops offering work by local artists and Alaska Native Arts. In the heart of Haines is Historic Port Chilkoot, known as Fort Seward, the first U.S. Army fort built in Alaska in 1904.
Haines is also the home of Alaska Indian Arts, where totem carving and silversmithing activities can be found. The Chilkat Center for the arts has the world famous Chilkat Dancers and, of course, there is always the popular Salmon Bake.
Haines is also home to the Sheldon Museum with its collection of artefacts from yesteryear. The nearby Bald Eagle Preserve attracts naturalists and bird watchers from all over the world to observe the world's largest concentration of these magnificent birds.
While in Haines, take a tour to Glacier Bay by sea or by air, go whale watching, take a fishing charter or a river trip. Also visit the Haines State Parks where biking, hiking, and kayaking are available. Along the way, you may see wild game such as moose, bear, wolves, mountain goats and sheep.
General Information: A gracious, hospitable, warm welcome awaits you at the Thunderbird Motel ... 14 rooms and 6 kitchenette apartments, that you can count on for cleanliness and comfort while in Haines, Alaska.
Access to Haines can be by sea, air, or auto. Visitors can disembark off the Alaska Marine Highway ferry, travel the Haines Highway, then connect to the Alaska Highway for the trip into the interior. Haines is known as the "Gateway to the North."
We provide rooms that are handicapped accessible. We are located one block from downtown Haines, where several restaurants are within walking distance, as well as grocery stores for your convenience.
Payment Accepted: Visa, MasterCard, Amex, Discover.
Rates: (Prices quoted in US Dollars)