Best Wonders Of Resurrection Bay Alaska

Bear Glacier

Located in a remote corner of the bay, Bear Glacier is a massive tidewater glacier that offers a mesmerizing sight as it calves into the sea.

Caines Head State Recreation Area

This hidden gem features rugged coastal landscapes, historic military remnants, and stunning hiking trails with panoramic views of the bay.

Cheney Creek Falls

 A picturesque waterfall tucked away in a lush forest, Cheney Creek Falls is accessible by boat or a scenic hike and offers a tranquil escape.

Fox Island

A remote island in the bay, Fox Island is known for its pristine beaches, wildlife viewing opportunities.

Tonsina Point

A hidden cove accessible by a scenic coastal hike, Tonsina Point offers serene beaches and the chance to spot marine life and eagles.

Humpy Creek

A hidden salmon spawning stream, Humpy Creek is a great place to witness the incredible natural phenomenon of salmon migration.

Sunny Cove State Marine Park

A tranquil cove with pristine waters, this park is perfect for kayaking, paddleboarding.

Porcupine Glacier

A lesser-known glacier in the area, Porcupine Glacier rewards intrepid hikers with breathtaking views of ice, mountains, and wilderness.

Thumb Cove State Marine Park

This secluded cove offers excellent opportunities for kayaking, camping, and enjoying the peaceful serenity of Resurrection Bay.

Cape Resurrection

A dramatic headland at the entrance of the bay, Cape Resurrection offers stunning vistas.

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