Visiting Haines-

Most festival-goers fly into Juneau then on to Haines via the Alaska Marine Highway System or fly in with Alaska Seaplanes. Haines is also accessible by road from Whitehorse, Yukon Territory- roads are often icy and impassable this time of year.

There are several hotels in Haines- you can find a list here. Most hotels in Haines are within walking distance of everything you should need during your stay.  Haines Shuttle provides transportation to the Chilkat Bald Eagle Preserve each day departing from the American Bald Eagle Foundation.

Restaurants are limited at this time of year, but there are usually between two and three that are open. During this week, there are also community dinners which we encourage guests to attend.

Travel & Lodging for the Alaska Bald Eagle Festival-

 Contact the Haines Convention and Visitor Bureau for complete information about getting to Haines and securing lodging. The Haines Convention and visitor bureau maintains an up-to-date list of rooms available.

Below are a few helpful travel and lodging links:

Getting here BY SEA:

Alaska Marine Highway System

1-800-642-0066

Getting here BY AIR: 

https://www.alaskaair.com

1-800-252-7522 (1-800-ALASKAAIR)
Open 24 hours daily

Alaska Seaplanes    1-800-789-3331

Harris Air    1-877-966-3050 *Harris Air will be offering a Bald Eagle Festival special  for travel from Juneau to Haines using promo code: Eagles2018

Getting here BY LAND:

Haines Highway U.S. Border Crossing Information: 907-767-5511. Passport or Passport card required to cross into the U.S. or Canada. Hours at U.S. and Canadian crossings on the Haines Highway: 7 a.m. to 11 p.m., seven days a week.