Changing Tides Inn is surrounded by specatcular salt and freshwater fishing. These are just a few photos to give you a taste of what awaits you during your stay. Booking early
is important as both lodging accommodations and fishing charters are snapped up quickly.
We can connect you with several excellent local fishing guides to maximize your fishing opportunities. At right Rob is helping Val's dad show off a halibut caught on a day trip out of
This is Val with her first King Salmon. King's are fun to fish for in May, June and July. The island has a great King run in nearby Port St. Nicholas Creek.
Questions You Might Have
Q: How do we get to Changing Tides Inn?
A: In Klawock, at the intersection of Boundary Road and the Klawock-Hollis Highway, turn north on Boundary Road toward Thorne Bay. Drive three miles and turn left on Salt Chuck Lane. It's the gravel road just past the three mile marker. Drive 2.2 miles to Changing Tides Inn where you will see the reflective sign. Turn right, and right again where the drive forks.
Q: Is Internet available?
A: Yes. Free Wireless Internet is available.
Q: Is smoking permitted?
A: Only outside. Our rooms are smoke-free.
Q: What do we need to bring?
A: You will need to bring your own food, personal items including toiletries, rain gear, recreational equipment, personal computer if you plan to use one, and camera (lots of beautiful views) We provide towels, bedding, cooking utensils, cookware, soap, and shampoo.
Q: Where can we purchase food?
A: The Alaska Commercial grocery store stocks a wide variety of foods and paper products. When arriving by the InterIsland Ferry, you will want to stop at the Alaska Commercial grocery store to purchase your groceries prior to coming out to Changing Tides Inn as the store closes at 8 PM. Black Bear Store is a convenience store that opens early and stays open late. Black Bear carries some food, sporting goods, and snacks, hunting and fishing licenses, and fuel
Q: Do you have a freezer available?
A: Yes. The freezer holds three 50 lb. fish boxes
Q: Where do we park?
A: Guest parking is available in front of the wood shed
Q: Do you provide charters?
A: No. However, we can connect you with excellent saltwater and freshwater charter guides.
Q: Are there restaurants?
A: Yes. There is casual dining available in both Klawock and Craig.
Q: How can we find out about the Fishing and Hunting regulations?
A: For all hunting and fishing inquiries you should contact the Alaska Department of Fish and Game in Craig at (907) 826-2948. Hunting and fishing licenses may be purchased on-line at the Alaska Department of Fish and Game website. The US Forest Service Craig Ranger District is located in Craig. You may contact the Forest Service at 907-826-3271 to purchase maps and request information.