Alaska Summer Travel

The source of the information is credited to the Alaska Visitor Statistics Program. This is a study commissioned by the Alaska Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development. The full study can be found by viewing this pdf.

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Doc Warner’s Alaska Adventures is proud to promote the unique environment provided by the great state of Alaska. Its seemingly untouched landscape provides visitors with an experience rarely found anywhere else.

The infographic is based on the visitors to Alaska in the summer of 2011. Some of the highlights we found most interesting were:

  • 68% of the visitors came to Southeast Alaska. That is where we are located.
  • Over 70% of the visitors were over the age of 44.
  • Even though shopping was the leading activity, it was also the one visitors listed as least satisfactory.

At Doc Warner’s, our guests leave with tales of catching a 100-lb halibut or seeing a whale surface close to your boat or even watching a stand-off between a bear and a pack of wolves. Our sole purpose at Doc Warner’s is to make sure your experience is everything you expected. We provide your food, lodging, fishing equipment and more. You will leave with your own stories to share with friends and family as well as the packaged fish fillets from your personally caught fish.

Book with us today and come see for yourself why a week at Doc’s is an Alaskan Adventure you won’t want to miss.

Mark Warner
Mark H. Warner was raised in Juneau and he has been fishing the waters of Alaska for more than 30 years. He grew up working with his father developing Doc Warner’s from its earliest days. After getting his Ph.D. in Mechanical engineering, he went to work in the industry where he later completed an Executive MBA. Then in 2010, his father, Doc, offered Mark and his wife, Kristina, the opportunity to move back to Alaska and operate the lodge full-time. Today, Mark has over 25 years of experience with Doc Warner’s. His knowledge and experience teaching people about self-guided fishing in Alaska are now used to create lasting memories for Doc Warner’s guests.