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Experience Lake Clark National Park and Preserve

Lake Clark Lodge

The experience at Lake Clark Lodge is one of genuine Alaska adventure in some of the wildest places left on Planet Earth. Lake Clark National Park and Katmai National Park are our backyard playgrounds. These protected areas are true wonders of the world, and the perfect place for an authentic Alaska experience.

We have a myriad of adventures available for all ages and activity levels. At Lake Clark Lodge, we will customize our adventure program to you and your specific interests. As a guest, you will have the opportunity to choose from a variety of Alaska activities. Locally, we have fantastic fishing, lake kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding, hiking, packrafting, campfire picnics, boat tours, and more. The lodge has a float plane to fly out guests for further adventures like bear viewing, wildlife photography, flightseeing, fly fishing, hiking, packrafting, and more.

For those National Park collectors, we offer tours in both Lake Clark National Park and Katmai National Park. We visit both Proenneke’s Cabin in Lake Clark and the famous bear viewing at Brooks Falls in Katmai. Our location is perfectly situated to maximize your options in both of these incredible national parks.

The experience at Lake Clark Lodge is well suited for families, corporate groups, couples, and any others looking for a taste of the real Alaska. Our program and activities are customizable, and we will make every effort to satisfy your specific interests during your stay with us.

Surrounding Area

Lake Clark National Park encompasses over 4-million acres of wild Alaska. Much of which is designated wilderness. Lake Clark National Park is the 4th least visited national park in America. This truly untouched region is the home of brown bears, moose, caribou, lynx, wolverine, dall sheep, golden eagle and much more. The geology of Lake Clark National Park boasts dozens of glaciers, an active volcano, Alaska’s 2nd largest lake, and three different mountain ranges. No roads lead to the park, and it is only accessible by small boat or aircraft. The northern Athabaskan Dena’ina people are the historical inhabitants of the Lake Clark region.
Grizzly Bears in Lake Clark
See Horned Puffins in Lake Clark National Park Alaska
Eagle viewing in Lake Clark National Park and Preserve