Tenakee Springs is a small community of about 100 people located on Chichagof Island in Southeast Alaska.
Tenakee is overflowing with history, its unique and special.
There is no other place on earth like it.
The town features a bath house with a 106 degree sulfur hot mineral spring for public bathing. Several large historic structures including Snyder Mercantile, The Shamrock Building and the newly restored St Francis Chapel, a Community Center, a Fire Hall, Ferry and Seaplane dock, a newly upgraded boat harbor and a great school facility can all be found in this wonderful little village.
Tenakee Springs has a maritime climate with cool summers and mild winters. Summer temperatures range from 45 to 65; winters 24 to 39. The highest recorded temperature is 84, and the lowest recorded temperature is 3. Total precipitation averages 69 inches a year, with 62 inches of snow.