Fishing / Hunting / Recreational

Some of the attractions that bring tourists into the community include: fishinghunting, kayaking, camping, hiking, exploring our Coffman Cove Archaeology Project, wildlife viewing of black bears, killer whales, humpback whales, herons, sea lions, black-tailed Sitka deer and eagles, beach combing, seasonal fresh huckleberries, thimbleberries, salmon berries, blueberries, and for many the escape from the bustle of every day big-city life is well appreciated. When planning your travel you may want see what the weather is like based on the time of year you will be travelling if you scroll down to Hollis you will see an average weather by month please visit

Recreational fishing along shore, and in nearby streams is excellent. Luck Lake offers a nice beach for camping with an amazing surrounding for swimming, kayaking, canoeing, along with prime trout fishing. Eagle Creek, Luck Creek, and Log Jam Creek produce exciting stream fishing for tourists. Sweetwater Lake provides a fun adventure by kayak, canoe, or small boat through a lagoon that leads into Barnes Lake. Forest Service cabins are available for overnight paddlers at both lakes. Tour the Honker Divide canoe trail through peaceful radiant land. We have an accommodating board walk that leads to  Hatchery Creek Falls, with breathtaking views of Mother Nature.

For more detailed information on fishing & hunting including licensing please go to Alaska Fish & Game.

For accommodations, activities and local business directory please check out our brochure.