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

    Lake Clark

    National Park & Preserve Alaska


a log cabin near a lakeshore
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There are a wide variety of lodging options within Lake Clark National Park and Preserve from rustic camping opportunities, to bed and breakfasts, to all inclusive lodges offering guided excursions. The following lodging opportunities are all independent businesses operating on private land within the park.


Port Alsworth

Tulchina Adventures (907) 781-3033

Lodges, Bed & Breakfasts

Port Alsworth

Alaska's Back-Country Inn (907) 781-2239
Alaska Fishing Unlimited (907) 781-2220
Alaska's Homestead Inn (907) 781-2261 Off season only.

Alaska's River Wild Lodge (907) 781-2304
The General Inn Cafe & Store (907) 420-7937
The Farm Lodge (907) 781-2211
The Lake Country Lodge (907) 781-2245
Wilder House Bed & Breakfast (907) 781-2228

On Lake Clark, not in Port Alsworth
Island Lodge (907) 349-3195
Koksetna Wilderness Lodge Contact: 1 (800) 391-8651 mid-Aug to May; (907) 781-2227 summer only

Upper Twin Lake

Windsong Wilderness Retreat (907) 260-5410

Accommodations on the Cook Inlet Coast

Tuxedni Bay
Porter's Wild Alaska (253) 906-5145

Crescent Lake
Redoubt Mountain Lodge (907) 733-3034

Silver Salmon Creek
Alaska Homestead Lodge (907) 262-1960
Silver Salmon Creek Lodge (907) 262-4839

Chinitna Bay
Bear Mountain Lodge (907) 776-8613
Great Alaska Safaris (907) 262-4515

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.