Baranof Island, also called Baranov or Sitka Island, sits in the Alaska Panhandle in the northern Alexander Archipelago. This rugged Alaska island is considered one of the smallest in Alaska at a whopping 2,586 square miles and a population of just under 9,000 people.
One of the biggest draws for visitors is the Baranof Wilderness Lodge in Warm Springs Bay. The lodge lies on the east side of Baranof Island and is accessible by float plane through the jet charter airport in Baranof Warm Spring Bay.
The lodge accommodations consist of spacious cabins surrounded by rugged wilderness, snow-covered mountain peaks and chilly ocean water. The cabins are comfortable and provide all the amenities one would expect when visiting the beautiful and scenic state of Alaska. For those looking for a little more adventure, sign up for a trip to base camp and experience nature unlike ever before.
For those looking to warm up on a chilly winter day, a short hike will take you to natural hot springs overlooking a truly stunning waterfall. It’s the perfect place to unwind and recharge while disconnecting from the hustle and bustle of busy life back home.
For those staying in the area, there are also plenty of ways to enjoy the aquatic wildlife that call Warm Springs Bay their home. Charter a boat and whale watch, fish, or simply relax. There are so many ways to enjoy your stay in Baranof Warm Spring Bay.