Port Alsworth is home to Lake Clark National Park and Preserve's Field Heaquarters and Visitor Center. From there, you can experience some of the incredible wilderness and scenery that the park is known for. If you're planning a trip to Port Alsworth, be sure to come prepared. Port Alsworth is not connected to a road system and there are no grocery stores.
Getting to Port Alsworth
Click the link above to see a list of all the air taxis that are permitted to operate in the park. Prices depend on group size, type of airplane, length of flight, and where the flight originates. Contact each air taxi operator directly to determine availability and the cost for your trip.
The infrastructure of Port Alsworth is centered around two active gravel aircraft runways that terminate at Hardenburg Bay. Locals utilize feet, fat-tire bicycles, ORVs, and vehicles to get around. Unless other arrangements are made with an air taxi, lodge, or another service in town, expect to walk where you need to go.
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Last updated: May 11, 2020