- Traditional, all-you-can-eat Alaskan salmon bake from Juneau port
- Savor the smells of salmon grilling over an open fire
- Enjoy a menu that includes baked beans, pasta, salad, beverages and more
- Roast marshmallows over the open fire after your meal
- Visit the Salmon Creek waterfall or sift for gold on your own at Wagner Mine
- Watch a Tlingit Master Carver at work
- Port pickup and drop-off included
What You Can Expect
Enjoy grilled Alaska salmon, cheechako chicken, Chilkoot baked beans, Tongass wild-rice pilaf, Alyeska au gratin potatoes, salad, beverages and a variety of other side dishes — you won’t leave hungry! Top off your feast with scrumptious blueberry cake, and wash your meal down with beer and wine, available for purchase.
Afterwards, a number of activities awaits you. Witness Doug Chilton, a Tlingit Master Carver, and his son, work on two 10-foot-tall (3-meter-tall) cedar totem poles and silver jewelry. Learn from the artisans themselves about the lore and culture behind their ancestral craft. Don’t miss the chance to purchase a unique work of art from the gift shop.
Take pleasure in roasting marshmallows at the campfire, walk up to the Salmon Creek waterfall or peek into the entrance of the historic Wagner Mine. See mining relics inside and get into the spirit by sifting for gold on your own using a nearby trough.
How long you spend at the salmon bake is up to you — buses depart back to the Juneau port regularly.
The food was wonderful. Everyone was very friendly.
The salmon bake is a good place to see behind the salmon bake restaurant there's a creek and it is beautiful. The Salmon is fantastic and so the other food.
We did the Salmon Bake in June and had a beautiful afternoon for it. The campsite and surroundings were very picturesque and the food was quite enjoyable, definitely glad we did it