Port Alsworth offers visitor services such as lodging, air taxis, guide services, gear rentals, post office, and park visitor center.
Lake Clark's first public use cabin is open for reservations. The Priest Rock Cabin is 8 miles from Port Alsworth.
Want to experience living like a historic prospector? Try it for yourself by reserving Lake Clark's newest public use cabin.
Crescent Lake is tucked into the coastal Chigmit Mountains, with views of Redoubt Volcano, high bear populations, and strong salmon runs.
At times, visitors are able to see twenty or more brown bears in the salt marsh and on the tidal flats east of Middle Glacier Creek.
Located midway up the park's Cook Inlet coast, this is the place to be if you are interested in bear viewing or fishing.
Explore the life and wilderness ethos of Dick Proenneke at his cabin at Upper Twin Lake.
A rugged wilderness requires special care from visitors. The weather, terrain, and wildlife can all present challenges.
Get acquainted with what makes backpacking in Alaska unique and familiarize yourself with these backcountry tips before you plan your trip.
Last updated: June 2, 2023
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