A primitive boat launch and small parking area provide access to the north end of Luck Lake.
Beautiful scenery and solitude can be found throughout the year at Luck Lake. At low lake levels, a narrow sandy beach along the northern shore provides an easy walking path to Eagle Creek, a popular fishing stream. The shallow lake bottom near the access site provides an enjoyable swimming area. Explore the lake edge with a canoe or kayak and watch for signs of wildlife, or fish the lake for salmon and trout.
Refer to Alaska Department of Fish and Game's Prince of Wales Island fishing guide for area fishing information.
About 6 road miles south of Coffman Cove or 30 road miles north of Thorne Bay. The access site is located on a spur road off Forest Road 3030.
TERRAIN: Gently sloping with dense second growth forest surrounding the access site. The vegetation is typical of southeast Alaska. Skunk cabbage, devils club, and assorted ferns and mosses provide ground cover.