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Staying at the Lighthouse

Experience Remote Alaska

Just imagine... remote and rugged Alaskan coastline, jagged and snow capped mountain ranges, humpback whales, wildflowers, and an opportunity to stay in a historic lighthouse at the heart of it. The lighthouse operates as  navigational aid year round, but is only manned by volunteer keepers from April-September (varies slightly each year). While there are lighthouse keepers stationed there, we open up guest rooms for amazing and unique stays. 

Please note we are slowing restoring the lighthouse station and island to its former glory, and while we go through these stages we are only allowing limited overnight tourist stays. The rate is $100/per person/per night and does not include transportation to/from the island. Please reach out in the 'Ask Us' form below with details about your trip and hopefully we can accommodate your request. 


If you are a special interest group such as long distance kayakers, scientists, schools, and others please see the 'Using the Lighthouse' page...

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Visiting Us


57.270826, -133.631931

on Five Finger Island at the confluence of Stephen's Passage and Frederick Sound in Southeast Alaska

Opening Hours



8:00 am – 8:00 pm

VHF Contact

Standing by during business hours on channels 13/16

User Fees

-Independent Travelers-

Cupola and lighthouse tour:

$20/pp, free for members

Overnight stay:

$100/pp/pn, must be a member

-Tour Groups-

See our Get Involved->Membership page for business/vessel memberships

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