You already might know a bit about Ketchikan, Alaska- the Chief Kyan Totem Pole is featured on a page of US passports. That’s just one of the largest collection of totem poles in the world, which speaks to Ketchikan’s long indigenous heritage. The city’s history as a Tinglit fishing camp extends far back into prehistory. Today, the city is fully modern American, with an economy based on fishing and tourism and a population that enjoys hiking, sailing, skiing, and making the most of the gorgeous landscape.
The cost of living is higher in Alaska and building in a wet and chilly climate is tough. That’s reflected in Ketchikan’s real estate prices. The average apartment rents for $1200 a month and homes cost $350K on average. Understandably, you may find yourself with more stuff than space.
Thankfully, there are affordable self-storage options all over Ketchikan. Whether you need a short-term solution or want someplace more permanent to keep your kayak, canoe, and other outdoor gear, you’ll be surprised at the affordable options.
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