Embedded in Wilderness
Port Alsworth is a remote village in Southwest Alaska accessible primarily by plane. It is not connected to any road system which makes it a perfect springboard for outdoor Alaskan adventures.
These trip ideas are a few things visitors can do in Port Alsworth. They're meant to inspire people who want the most out of their time around town. However, there's much more to explore in the park and preserve so visitors are not limited by these selections. If you'd like more inspiration about trip planning or have questions, feel free to contact us
Lake Clark Visitor Center
Summer travelers should stop by the visitor center before they head out into the park for up-to-date information about local conditions. The visitor center has bear barrels to check out, a small bookstore, a park film selection and educational exhibits. It is staffed by friendly rangers who answer trip planning questions as well as share Lake Clark's incredible history and culture.
Information about getting to Port Alsworth can be found on our Directions page.