Chances are, Lake Clark National Park and Preserve is unlike any park you've experienced. It's remote and undeveloped, beautiful and vast. The information below will help you come prepared for all that this wonderful, challenging place has to offer.
Your visit to Lake Clark might include a quiet moment watching coastal Alaskan brown bears graze on the protein rich sedges at Silver Salmon Creek or Chinitna Bay. It could include a visit to Dick Proenneke's historic cabin on upper Twin Lake. Maybe your visit will be a rigorous backpacking trip with friends over tundra slopes and past turquoise lakes...whatever you're planning, find more information here!
Lake Clark's goal is to provide the highest possible level of accessibility to our visitors. See about the services and facilities available
Basic Trip Planning
Find information about fees, passes, permits, reservations, operating hours and seasons, current conditions, weather, and pet policies.
Directions and Air Transport
Lake Clark is not on the road system; therefore, access is primarily by small aircraft. Learn how to get to this isolated park in Alaska.
Places To Go
As a vast and largely undeveloped wilderness, there are countless places to explore; however, there are a few areas of particular interest.
Eating and Sleeping
There are a wide variety of lodging options within the park from rustic camping opportunities, to all inclusive lodges offering guided tours
Things to Do
Wilderness adventure is easy to find in Lake Clark. These suggestions may help you figure out what you want your adventure to be.
Last updated: October 30, 2019