Seduction Point Trail gets the most attention, but locals know that at the bottom of the park’s bumpy gravel road lies a special, sun-splashed spot. Five all-but-hidden, beachfront, walk-in campsites are located in the brushy area a short walk from the road and parking lot. Across Chilkat Inlet, campers look out at the cliffside waterfall dropping off Rainbow Glacier. A boat ramp makes it easy to launch a canoe or kayak here for a closer look at seals, porpoises and river otters often seen just offshore. The agile can follow the rocky beach south, connecting about a half-mile with Seduction Point Trail at Moose Meadows. A public use picnic shelter and restroom across the road make the tent-only sites a retreat with conveniences. There’s a short trail through the “knob” that extends into Chilkat Inlet at road’s end. Due west is Kochu Island, famous for the wild strawberries that grow there in mid-July.