• Large male brown bear at Brooks Falls

    Katmai

    National Park & Preserve Alaska

Brochures

American Creek: This is one of most popular fishing and rafting destinations in the Katmai region.

Bear Safety in Alaska's National Parks: This brochure is not Katmai specific, but it outlines the best practices you should follow to protect yourself and bears.

Brooks Camp Hiking Trails: Several trails and roads radiate out from the Brooks Camp area and this brochure describes them.

Brooks Camp Campground: Download this brochure for information on the campground, its facilities, and to learn how to make a reservation.


Fure's Cabin: This brochure briefly describes the history of Katmai's only public use cabin.

Hiking the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes: The Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes offers some of the most unique and spectacular hiking anywhere in Alaska.

Katmai National Park & Preserve Map: This map is straight out of the park's official brochure.

Savonoski Loop: Explore Katmai's river's and lakes on this multi-day canoe or kayak trip.

Did You Know?

Cub in water

The average mid-summer weight of Katmai's adult male bears is 600-900 pounds (272-408 kg). Some of those bears will weigh over 1000 pounds (450 kg) in the fall. Amazingly, those bears only weighed 1 pound (.5 kg) when they were born.