Decision Point State Marine Park is a 460-acre Alaska state marine park located at the eastern end of Passage Canal. The park is named because one decides at this point whether to head out into Port Wells. There is no road access to the park.Popular activities include kayaking, boating, fishing, and camping. There are two camping beaches.
There are many species in the park. Sea animals that can be observed in the park include sea otters, seals, porpoise, and whales. Land animals include moose, black bear, mountain goats, coyotes, and wolves. Birds include eagles, gyrfalcons, and puffins.
There is a public use cabin that can host eight guests located at Squirrel Cove. The cabin is constructed of beetle-killed, milled spruce logs. There is no freshwater source or cell phone service near the cabin. The price per night is $75.
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