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

    Lake Clark

    National Park & Preserve Alaska


Books on shelves in bookstore.

Alaska Geographic

Alaska Geographic is the National Park Service's official non-profit educational partner in Alaska offering a comprehensive selection of books, maps, and cards highlighting Lake Clark National Park and Preserve's natural and cultural heritage.

Alaska Geographic has an outlet in the Lake Clark Visitor Center in Port Alsworth. A portion of every purchase and membership sold in the visitor center goes to support interpretive and educational programming at Lake Clark. Alaska Geographic members receive exclusive benefits including discounts online and at Alaska Geographic outlets throughout the state as well as through a variety of organizations which run the bookstores in parks in the lower-48. To find out more, brows our bookstore, or become a member stop by the visitor center in Port Alsworth, or visit Alaska Geographic online.

Did You Know?

Matt Nieminen on the floats of his plane.

Pilot Matt Nieminen was the first to fly into Lake Clark country in 1930, in a Waco 10 biplane on floats. Nieminen is seen here on the floats of a Fairchild 71 at Two Lakes, just after he became the first to fly over Mt. McKinley in it.