The protected waters in Southeast Alaska near Wrangell are filled with islands, bays and harbors rich with wildlife just waiting to be explored. These waterways provide excellent sea kayaking opportunities, or can be explored by wildlife charter tours. Trails in town can provide short excursions into the temperate rainforest, ranging from day hikes to overnight adventures. Walking tours are available if you’re interested in learning more about the local flora and fauna of the rainforest. A waterfront bike and walking trail begins at City Park, about one mile from the ferry terminal, extending about four-and-a-half miles south of town past Shoemaker Bay Recreation Area.
If golf is your game, Wrangell is home to the only regulation USGA approved golf course in the Inside Passage — Muskeg Meadows — and hosts tournaments nearly every weekend in summer months.