Majestic, wild and untouched, Lake Clark National Park is located southwest of Anchorage approximately one hour by small plane. Roughly twice the size of Yellowstone, Lake Clark National Park embodies 4 million acres of pristine wilderness boasting glaciers, volcanoes, alpine spires, tundra, wild rivers, lakes and 80 miles of rugged coastline along Cook Inlet. The Park, established in 1980 is accessible only by small plane or boat and is home to countless seabirds, dense forests, brown and black bear, moose, herds of caribou, and many other species of wildlife. Silver Salmon Creek Lodge is located along the rich coastal section of this spectacular park.
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