One Park, Many MeaningsMany of the popular locations within Lake Clark National Park and the surrounding areas go by multiple names, both in Dena'ina and in English. These names often point out important features and the special meanings that park places have had over the years. Explore some of these park places and discover a new perspective on the land and water that sustains animals, people, and cultures.
Qizhjeh Vena (Lake Clark)
Qizhjeh Vena (now known as Lake Clark) is the largest lake located in Lake Clark National Park and Preserve
Kijik National Historic Landmark
A special Dena'ina place that is now designated as a National Historic Landmark.
Hnitsanghi'iy 'Rock That Stands Alone'
There are various traditional stories relating to Hnitsanghi'iy and it serves as an important landmark in the region.
Tanalian Point was the first settlement south of Port Alsworth on Lake Clark's southeastern shore.
Last updated: May 7, 2020