The Unbelievable Kayak Tour That Leads You To An Abandoned Alaska WWII Barracks

Alaska surprisingly has a lot of WWII history right here in the state! As a jumping off point to defend against a possible Japanese attack, the US military built bunkers and barracks all over the state. There’s one beautiful one to explore at the end of Caines Head. Fort McGilvray is an abandoned fort that can be reached by one very cool kayak tour!

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