Lake Clark GMP Update Public Meetings

Two people walking on a rocky shore
A walk down the beach to discuss the rehabilitation of a cabin. (NPS Photo)
  • Two people walking on a rocky shore

    A walk down the beach to discuss the rehabilitation of a cabin. (NPS Photo)

  • Moose antlers on top of rocks next to lake surrounded by mountains

    Moose antlers on top of a rock pile at Upper Twin Lake. (NPS Photo)

  • Float plane on calm, turquoise lake in mountain setting

    Float plane coming to shore on Upper Twin Lake (NPS Photo)

  • Jagged rocky peaks thrusting into the blue sky

    Jagged peaks are commonly seen in the Chigmit Mountains of Lake Clark. (NPS Photo)

  • A muddy trail leading to a creek

    Trail across Silver Salmon Creek. (NPS Photo)

  • Open door at Dick Proenneke's cabin

    Open door at Dick Proenneke’s cabin. (NPS Photo)

The National Park Service has released the General Management Plan Amendment/Environmental Assessment (GMP) for Lake Clark National Park and Preserve. This plan will provide direction for managing the park and preserve over the next 15 to 20 years.

How to Get Involved

Your ideas and concerns on the plan are welcomed and encouraged. Comments can be submitted electronically on the link provided, sent by mail, or shared at a public meeting.

Share your comments electronically on the Planning, Environment and Public Comment site:

Complete the electronic version of the comment form on the web here.

Mail your comments or letters to:

Lake Clark National Park and Preserve — GMP Amendment
240 W. 5th Ave, Suite 236
Anchorage, AK 99501

Share your comments at an open house:

You can provide your comments (verbally or in writing) at the upcoming open houses. We invite you to attend one of the open houses to talk with the planning team firsthand about your ideas, experiences, and questions. The open house schedule is listed below.

Public Meetings

This winter, the park will host meetings with the public to hear your ideas, concerns, and thoughts about the GMP. Open houses will be held in Port Alsworth, Anchorage, Soldotna, and Homer, Alaska. In addition, park staff will continue to visit local communities in the region to hear the ideas and concerns of local residents.

Last Updated: March 6, 2014