Private Land and the Alagnak Wild River
Within the boundaries of Alagnak Wild River are many private and Alaska Native corporation lands. Please respect private property during your visit.
When you are on the Alagnak, avoid landing your vessel, entering, and/or recreating on private land. In particular, the confluence of the Alagnak and Nonvianuk rivers is a tempting and inviting place to camp or rest. However, much of the land near the confluence is privately owned.
Download a copy of the Land Status Map for the Alagnak Wild River to help you plan your trip and respect the private property found along the river.
Did You Know?
As one of Alaska’s 26 congressionally designated rivers comprising the National Wild and Scenic Rivers System (NWSRS), the Alagnak Wild River is part of 3,210 miles of protected wild, scenic and recreational rivers in Alaska.