Author: Daniel Fox

Skagway & Dyea Public Parks & Attractions

Skagway Centennial Park. Located at 1st and Broadway, this park features the city’s Centennial Statue of a Tlingit packer leading a prospector up the trail in 1897, Rotary Snowplow #1, a time capsule, monuments,  orientation signs, covered waiting area, water fountain, benches, and native plants.

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Area Abounds with Many Things to Do

TIP: See map on back page to help you find these attractions! MUSEUMS & EXHIBITS Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park Museum Exhibits.  The park has many exhibits in its buildings around downtown Skagway  (see page...

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Nuggets of Information

Population: Skagway has 1,106 residents according to a mid-decade estimate from the state of Alaska (up from 920 in 2010 census), although it generally fluctuates from about 700 in January to more than 2,500 in July with the influx of summer workers. The largest minority, about 4% of our residents, are Native Alaskans of mostly Tlingit origin.

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City Services Guide

PHONES: Skagway has good cell service in town and all the way to the entrance of Dyea, but only about a mile up the highway. There is service in all Yukon towns. A few pay phones are scattered around town. See map for advertisers with internet and WiFi services. AP&T has wireless hot spots around town for a fee. Alaska’s area code is 907.

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