Sitka Alaska is a magnificent small town on Baranof Island in Southeast Alaska. The tenth Paths Across the Pacific Conference ‘Paths X’ will be held in Sitka during July 2018 at the Harrigan Centennial Hall. For information on Lodging, Dining, and what to see in Sitka, check out visitsitka.org.
907-966-2266 in Sitka
Alaska Marine Highway
P.O. Box 25535
Juneau, Alaska 99802-5535
907-747-8737 in Sitka
To attend the Paths X Conference in July 2018, it is recommended to book your lodging and travel plans at your earliest convenience. Go to the Visit Sitka website or Sitka Through Four Seasons at www.travelsitka.com for more lodging opportunities.
Hotels in Sitka:
Super 8 $189+12% tax 48-hour cancellation 907-747-8804
Sitka Hotel queen rooms w/kitchenette $230+12% tax, 2 rooms, 2-queen beds $240+12% tax 5-day cancellation 907-747-3288
Sitka Fine Arts Camp Sweetland Hall Dormitory $96 +12% tax 907-747-3085 attn Mary Boose, facility manager
Westmark Sitka - (800) 544-0970 (Toll Free), 907-747-6241
Aspen Suites Hotel 907-747-3477
Totem Square Hotel and Marina- (866) 300-1353 (Toll Free), 907-747-3693 which opens for season April 1
For B&Bs, please check with the Visit Sitka website.
Please visit TravelSitka.com for a list of Sitka restaurants with addresses and phone numbers, various maps, a downloadable guide, and other information.
Things To Do
Sitka Fine Arts Camp: The mission of Alaska Arts Southeast Inc., better known as the Sitka Fine Arts Camp, is to build community in Alaska by providing opportunities in arts, culture and recreation in an inclusive, educational and inspirational environment.
Sitka Sound Science Center: The Sitka Sound Science Center is dedicated to increasing understanding and awareness of terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems of Alaska through education and research. Their vision is to build on Sitka’s legacy and potential as an educational and scientific community.
Sitka Maritime Heritage Society: SMHS is dedicated to preserving our region's rich maritime history and promoting knowledge of maritime heritage and skills. Their primary focus is the restoration of the historic Japonski Island Boathouse as a Maritime Heritage Center.
Sitka Historical Society: The SHS's mission is to preserve and promote the events, stories and artifacts of the human history of Sitka, as part of the Pacific Northwest coast of North America, to inspire, educate and benefit the public and future generations.
Harrigan Centennial Hall: Harrigan Centennial Hall, located oceanfront in downtown Sitka, Alaska is an 18,000 sq. ft. Civic, Convention, and Visitor Center. Our facility is also located with a breathtaking view of nearby mountains. In addition to offering free all-day parking; we are located conveniently close to downtown, hotel/motel accommodations, restaurants, shopping and entertainment. Our facility is also home to the Sitka Summer Music Festival and the New Archangel Dancers.