• Autumn photo of Lake Clark and the Aleutian Range in Lake Clark National Park & Preserve

    Lake Clark

    National Park & Preserve Alaska

Accessibility

Visitor Center accessibility ramp.
An accessibility ramp leads to the Visitor Center in Port Alsworth, Alaska.
NPS Photo.
 
Wheelchair.

Wheelchair available for loan.

Lake Clark National Park and Preserve is a remote, rugged, wilderness park. The park's visitor center is located in Port Alsworth, Alaska, a small community on the shores of Lake Clark. The visitor center has an accessibility ramp and an all-terrain wheel chair, suited to the unpaved nature of Port Alsworth, available for loan. Access to the Park is via small airplane. Please call our office in Port Alsworth to discuss your individual needs at 907-781-2218.

Did You Know?

Red salmon, also known as sockeyes, spawn in lakes and small streams.

Salmon migrate to the Lake Clark area from as far away as the western end of the Aleutian chain. During their homeward journey, they average 35 miles per day.