Seal Point Day Use Area, AK

US Forest Service

Seal Point Day Use Area

The site includes a boat launch accessible only at high tides, and cleared parking areas that are used for picnicking.



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The site is located about 8.5 miles southeast of Kake, Alaska. The Kake to Seal Point road begins at the junction of Forest Highway (FH) 40 and National Forest System (NFS) Road 6040. The road proceeds in a southeasterly direction to the junction of the NFS 6040/6000 roads. The NFS 6000 and NFS 45006 roads lead to the Seal Point Recreation Area.

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