American Creek: This is a remote, 40 mile long river with excellent fishing and beautiful scenery. Its remoteness, fishing, and scenery have earned the creek a place in the pantheon of Alaskan trophy fishing waters.
Naknek Lake: This is the largest lake wholly contained within any American national park. On this lake, you’ll find great fishing, solitude, and scenery.
Savonoski Loop: The Savonoski Loop is an approximately 80 mile canoe and kayak route. It offers a chance to explore two large lakes and challenge your skills on a swift, glacially fed river.
Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes: This is a landscape that awed early explorers and still inspires volcanologists and contemporary adventure seekers. It is unlike any other place on earth.
Did You Know?
The 1989 Exxon Valdez oil spill heavily impacted Pacific coast of Katmai National Park. Although the spill occurred over 250 miles away, more than 1055 tons of oiled debris was removed from the park’s shores. In some areas, oil can still be seen today.