We asked the locals "What would you do if you were visiting Ketchican?". That is how we found the totem park. There were 2 totems "under construction" as well as an antique (30s and 40s) car display and an antique guns on display including a Civil War gatlin gun. After a brief walk through a wilderness path, we were treated to these great sites. The staff was friendly and welcoming. Partially a state park, there was no entrance fee. A potlatch lodge and a few out buildings ringed the totem park itself. We spent a very enjoyable hour there, arriving and leaving on a local bus--Sr rate $.50. You can't beat that bargain.
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