Gustavus Visitors Association
P.O. Box 167, Gustavus, Alaska, United Stateshttp://www.gustavusak.com907.500.5143
810 East 9th Avenuehttp://www.alaskageographic.org(907) 274-8440Connecting people to Alaska's parks, forests and refuges. This non profit organization is your best source of books, maps and other materials about Glacier Bay National Park. Revenue from sales support educational and research programs in Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve. Located upstairs in the Glacier Bay Lodge in Bartlett Cove. Open mid-May through mid-September, noon to 9pm daily.
Fireweed Gallery, Coffee and Tea House
4 Cornershttp://www.gustavusgallery.com(907) 697-3013Gustavus boasts an incredibly rich community of artists (Bruce Shingledecker, Loren Adkins, Carol Baker, Lou Cacioppo, Kate Boesser, John Shearns, Bill Locher), and the Fireweed Gallery's primary purpose is to represent those artists. From stained glass to watercolor, from stonework to woodblock prints, from high end masks and jewelry to the best coffee mug you'll ever find, our selection is extremely wide ranging. While we feature our many local Gustavus artists, we also have a great variety of artists from across Alaska. The Fireweed Gallery has Gustavus' largest selection of Art Cards and proudly carries many local and Alaskan authors, as well as a selection of Alaskan Children's Books. The Fireweed Gallery is also a Custom Frame Shop, and we are happy to frame anything you bring in!! Please come by to say hello, have a cup of coffee, use the internet, or wander through an elegant display of Alaskan's artistic reflections on Alaska.
43 State Dock Road(907) 697-2263
AICS Gustavus Clinic
42 Dolly Varden Road(907) 697-3008The clinic provides laboratory services, emergency medicine, primary care, and urgent care. If more specialized or hospital care is needed, transport to Juneau is arranged. AICS is the only provider of primary medical services to Wrangell and the small communities on the north end of Prince of Wales Island (Point Baker, Port Protection, Coffman Cove, Whale Pass, Naukati, and Edna Bay). These services are provided by physicians and mid-level practitioners skilled in comprehensive first contact and continuing care for persons with any undiagnosed sign, symptom or health concern. AICS services include health promotion, disease prevention, health maintenance, counseling, patient education, diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic illnesses in a variety of health care settings (e.g., office, inpatient, critical care, long-term care, and home care).
Gustavus Dray, Inc.
1 State Dock Road(907) 697-2481Visit the most photographed corner in Gustavus, Alaska. With a pre-WWII replica Mobil gas station, Petroleum museum including working 1937 Wayne Model 60 gas pumps and the beautiful flowers, this will be a must on your places to see. 24 Hour automated fuel pumps, VISA/MC. Home heating fuel delivery service. Tire service. Gift Shop. Books, antiques, souvenirs, locally made items. Snacks and drinks are available. Stop in for your free jelly beans, M&M's or gumballs!
Gustavus Public Library
14 Gustavus Roadhttp://www.gustavus.lib.ak.us(907) 697-2350The Gustavus Public Library is an amazing facility and is often called the "heart and soul" of Gustavus. A large meeting room, free internet access (including wireless), an extensive collection of books, magazines, movies, a kids room, and internet library loan services means that Gustavus is truly connected with the outside world. Check for postings around town for special programs and presentations and be sure to stop in for a visit.
Lot 8 Block 100http://www.airexcursions.com(907) 697-2375Air Excursions offers charter service throughout Southeast Alaska, including Gustavus, Haines, Skagway, and Hoonah. We also offer a variety of adventures including Glacier Bay Tours, Juneau Ice Cap Tours, bear viewing, fly-in fishing/rafting, wilderness drop offs, as well as your own personalized flights. Please feel free to contact us at 907.697.2375 or 800.354.2479 (in Alaska only) or visit our website or email us.
Glacier Bay Sportfishing
1 State Dock Roadhttp://www.glacierbaysportfishing.com(800) 445-2112Glacier Bay Sportfishing provides sport fishing and whale watching Individually tailored charters to suit the interests of fishermen of any skill level. Captain Mike Halbert has fished the waters of Icy Strait and Cross Sound since 1985 acquiring the skills and knowledge to create a truly unique fishing experience. Whale watching and sightseeing tours in Icy Strait and Point Adolphus. Day charters and multi-day all-inclusive packages available. Whale watching Glacier Bay Sportfishing provides private half-day and full-day whale watching and sightseeing excursions aboard the Stoic and Obsession. Maximum of six passengers creates an intimate atmosphere in the company of Humpback Whales, Orcas, Sea Otters and Stellar Sea lions at Point Adolphus and Icy Strait.
Spirit Walker Expeditions
1 Grandpas Farm Roadhttp://www.seakayakalaska.com(907) 697-2266Spirit Walker Expeditions is a local, guide-owned and operated sea kayaking company with over 25 years of experience. We guide world-class sea kayaking expeditions throughout Southeast Alaska, specializing in fully outfitted and personalized small-group expeditions. Spirit Walker offers one to seven day trips to the whale feeding grounds at Point Adolphus, Lodge to Lodge and remote wilderness adventures, Glacier Bay packages, family trips and more.
8 Chum Dr., PO Box 323http://www.douglasogilvy.com(970) 259-9205Doug's first trip to Alaska was in 1968. He moved to Alaska in 1974, and began commercial fishing with his own boat in 1977. Doug has lived in Gustavus since 1978. With over 20 years as a full-time commercial salmon fisherman and bottom fish long-liner, Doug is now “semi retired” from the commercial fishing industry. In 1996 Doug got a Coast Guard license to carry passengers for hire, and started doing water taxi work in Icy Strait, the outside coast, and Glacier Bay. In 1997 he added fresh water fly fishing, and boat ecotours, providing excellent photographic opportunities for whales, sea otters, seals and sea lions, birds, and perhaps a bear, wolf, or moose along the beach. Doug recieved a certificate of completion for an 80-hour Wilderness First Responder course, and is competent in a canoe or kayak. Over 30 years of living, working, and playing on the ocean, streams, and in the wilderness of Southeast Alaska have given him extensive first-hand knowledge of this beautiful area.
4 Dungeness Roadhttp://www.glacierbaytravel.com(907) 697-2239Full service transportation to/from airport, ferry terminal, Gustavus/Glacier Bay-Bartlett Cove. Large vans able to carry up to 10 people, all the gear and kayaks. Luggage/gear included in fare. Kids 8 and under 1/2 fare and lap kids are free! Locally owned and operated.
Glacier Bay Sea Kayaks
2 Parker Drivehttp://www.glacierbayseakayaks.com(907) 697-2257Glacier Bay Sea Kayaks is the concession in Glacier Bay National Park for guided one-day kayak tours and for kayak rentals. Daily guided half or full day kayak tours are available in Bartlett Cove, headquarters of Glacier Bay National Park. For independent day paddles and multi-day camping and kayaking trips, we rent both single and double fiberglass sea touring kayaks, provide daily instruction programs, and arrange camper transportation to remote areas of the bay and Icy Strait. GBSK staff are knowledgeable naturalist/guides and great instructors. We can help you plan your kayak trip, one day to two weeks or more, and make all your transportation and lodging reservations.
The Annie Mae Lodge
2 Grandpas Farm Roadhttp://www.anniemae.com(907) 697-2346The Annie Mae Lodge offers an experience of a lifetime while carrying on the tradition of country hospitality in frontier Alaska. Let the Annie Mae Lodge help you enjoy your wilderness experience. We arrange all tours and airfare including tours in Glacier Bay National Park, whale watching, fishing, kayaking, and the outer banks. Wake up in the morning to the smell of a country breakfast and a view of the Good River and surrounding meadows and forest. After your breakfast we will pack you a hearty box lunch to take on your adventure during the day. On your return to the comfort of the Annie Mae enjoy a gourmet dinner featuring home baked breads, a choice of freshly prepared seafood or traditional fare, and specialty desserts. Later that evening, in the comfort of the living room, share your day of adventure and discovery with us and your fellow guests. Your true Alaskan experience is waiting for you here!
Glacier Bay Beartrack Inn
Rink Creek Rdhttp://www.beartrackinn.com(907) 697-3017Experience luxury in the wilderness. The Bear Track Inn is constructed with 275 huge logs on 97 acres at the end of the road. Surrounded on three sides by Glacier Bay National Park, it faces Icy Straits. Walk into the lobby and enjoy overstuffed suede couches in front of a roaring fire. Feast on caribou, musk ox, halibut, salmon or Dungeness crab, accompanied by homemade breads, freshly made dressings and dazzling desserts. Retire to your large guestroom with two queen beds that hat have down comforter and pillows. Awake to go kayaking with whales, salt or fresh water fishing, whale watching, kayaking, golfing, bear viewing, hiking, biking and more. Staying at the Bear Track Inn is all about choice, from arrival, length of stay, activities or menu options. You ask and we will make it happen.
Glacier Bay Lodge
199 Bartlet Covehttp://www.visitglacierbay.com(907) 697-2225Glacier Bay Lodge is the official concessionaire for Glacier Bay National Park and the only lodge located inside the park. The lodge provides cozy lodging, fine dining overlooking Bartlett Cove, and a daily boat tour of Glacier Bay in season. The Gift Shop provides wonderful regional items as well as basic camping supplies, snacks and goodies. Fuel for boaters is also available at the marine fuel dock. Convenient All-Inclusive Packages are recommended.
Gustavus Inn at Glacier Bay
1 Gustavus Roadhttp://www.gustavusinn.com(907) 697-2254Historic Homestead, Lesh family owned since 1965, Gustavus Inn sits in the Salmon River meadow at the center of town. Ocean harvest dining, sourdough breakfast, hot lunch, six-stool bar, free airport pick up, bikes, lodging and travel arrangements. Named a James Beard "America's Classic 2010 for our dining experience. Come try it yourself! Our spacious rooms provide a queen and twin bed with private bath. The full kitchen garden invites an after dinner stroll and the natural history library is a rainy day retreat. Daily courtesy transfers to Glacier Bay National Park naturalist led walk.
Cottonwood Lodge and Cabin Rentals
Blue Heron Bed and Breakfast at Glacier Bay
1 State Dock Roadhttp://www.blueheronbnb.net(907) 697-2337Whether travelling for an action-packed adventure or a romantic getaway, your Alaskan hosts can help you plan the trip of a lifetime. The inn is located in the center of town on ten acres of wildflowers with majestic mountain views. Guests may choose between two kitchenette cottages and two tasteful view rooms, all featuring local art, queen beds, private tub/showers, tv/dvd's, and luxurious bedding. Inn Services include: local courtesy van transportation; full breakfast in the sunroom, access to the internet and commons area, a dvd-video library, bikes, private bbq and picnic areas, organic garden sampling, warm arctic clothing for the Glacier Bay trip, and "insider tips" for planning the most exciting and economical tours.
Aimee's Guest House
Shooting Star Laneglacierbayalaska.net907-697-2330Vacation Rentals featuring great views and quiet privacy, on the Salmon River in central Gustavus.
Homestead Bed and Breakfast
17 Fara Way, Gustavus AK907-697-2777test
14 Lupine Ave.www.airbnb.com/rooms/316288907-752-2153The Gustavus Getaway Cottage is a private house located in Gustavus, which is easily accessible from Juneau by airtaxi, jet, or ferry, and is available in the spring and summer of 2014.