Open May through September
The North Pacific Cannery National Historic Site is the most established leftover flawless cannery on the West Coast of North America.
Photo: View of fishing boats moored near the North Pacific Cannery, 1926. UBC Library Digitization Centre, Wikimedia Commons
Situated on the beautiful Inverness Passage banks, the site offers guests a window into the past of this once bustling industry.
Flanked by mountains, the wooden designs are a forcing sight with their red rooftops, laying on heaps along the flowing riverbank and associated with promenades’ progression.
The wreck lobby has been changed over into an occasional little bistro that serves historically inspired snacks. The blessing shop highlights carefully assembled products from nearby artisans.