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Kasaan is a small community on Prince of Wales Island with a BIG cultural heritage.
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Kasaan, Alaska | Alive with Culture
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Kasaan | Prince of Wales Island

The Organized Village of Kasaan is a federally recognized Tribe committed to promoting, preserving, and protecting indigenous Haida identity and values. For our elders and youth, we look to the future in unity, by developing economic opportunities, promoting education, and utilizing our cultural, natural, and social resources.

Kasaan is the northernmost of the Haida villages. At the end of the 1800s, residents moved from the former village, Gasa’aan (“pretty town”), on Skowl Arm, now called Old Kasaan.Kasaan is located on Prince of Wales Island. The town is easily accessible by road once on Prince of Wales Island.

“New” Kasaan is located on Prince of Wales Island and is easily accessible by road and floatplane.

Credit: Ketchikan Museum #99-1-56-1

Kasaan is a must see when visiting Prince of Wales Island

Kasaan certainly embodies a fascinating heritage, we also feature fantastic beaches, outstanding wildlife and wonderful hiking.

Getting to Kasaan

Kasaan is accessible via road, if you are on Prince of Wales Island already. The Inter Island Ferry makes daily trips to Prince of Wales Island from Ketchikan. Kasaan also has daily flights by Pacific Air from Ketchikan.

Blue = roads to communities on Prince of Wales Island | Orange = ferry route from Ketchikan

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Kasaan’s New Rack Card

As a part of our recent marketing efforts, OVK is proud to announce our new rack card. You will soon find it around POW, the Inter-Island Ferry and around Ketchikan. Read more →

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