Due to the COVID-19 outbreak and the National Park Service's goal to protect visitors, local communities, and staff, the following facilities and areas are closed until further notice:
Staff are working. Please call (907) 781-2218 to leave a message for an employee to return your call or email LACL_Visitor_Information@nps.gov.
Visitors are asked to consult State of Alaska Public Health Mandates for up to date guidance regarding traveling and visiting Alaska. Local communities adjacent to the park have issued their own closure notices under authority of the State of Alaska. Up to date information regarding closures in local communities can be found through the Lake and Peninsula Borough website.
The public utilizing areas of the park that are not subject to these closures are asked to follow CDC guidance regarding social distancing. How to Protect Yourself and Others
Our field research and monitoring operations are also planning for significantly changed or cancelled operations for the summer of 2020 with a focus on the health and safety of staff and local residents.
Thank you for your assistance in keeping park visitors, local communities, and staff safe.
North Johnson Tract RWCA
Lake Clark National Park has finalized the Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) and revised Environmental Assessment for the North Johnson Tract Right-of-Way Certificate of Access (RWCA). The Park will now begin drafting the RWCA permit, which will include the mitigation measures from the FONSI. You can view the FONSI and revised EA at on the NPS PEPC site. Lake Clark and the Region 11 Lands Program will now draft the RWCA permit, incorporating the mitigation measures in the FONSI into the terms and conditions of the permit.
Last updated: December 2, 2020