Where To Eat
There are no restaurants or cafes regularly open to the general public in Port Alsworth or anywhere else in Lake Clark National Park and Preserve. If you are not staying at a lodge, you should be prepared to provide all your own meals during your visit to the park. You may be able to make advance arrangements for a meal with your air taxi operator or with a lodge in the area you plan to visit.
Did You Know?
Berries are an important traditional food for the Dena'ina Athabascan people of the Lake Clark region. Seven different kinds of berries are available in the summer and fall, including blueberries, cranberries, and salmonberries.