Alaska Bear Viewing - Silver Salmon Creek Lodge
At Silver Salmon Creek Lodge Alaska bear viewing, other wildlife, landscape, and outdoor opportunities combine to offer visitors a true sense of Alaskan wilderness. Towering volcanic mountains form an immediate backdrop to the tidal marshes, streams and pristine salt-water bays which comprise the coastline of Lake Clark National Park.
Silver Salmon Creek Lodge is a premier vacation destination for wildlife photography, world-class sport fishing and Alaska bear viewing. Under the same management since 1983, hosts David and Joanne Coray welcome all national and international guests. The lodge offers its patrons a sense of Alaska adventure with all of the upscale amenities as well. The lodge has developed into one of the premier sites in Alaska to view Brown Bears in their natural environment. Our knowledgeable guides assist our guests in getting properly positioned for excellent viewing, understand behavioral nuances and gain key information about bear biology. Bear viewing services are offered from June through mid-September, and we also offer an overnight bear viewing package.
We are located along the western shores of Cook Inlet in south-central Alaska, a one hour flight by small plane from Anchorage. We are a fly-in full service modern facility specializing in 1-7 day excursions.
With a choice of a fully catered trip or remote tent camping, visitors in pursuit of quality, personalized fishing, Alaska bear viewing or photography adventures will experience genuine Alaskan hospitality, renowned dining and a full menu of outdoor activities.
There are many things to do at Silver Salmon. To learn more, please browse our web site and contact us any time by email or phone.
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