Situated in the state of Alaska, Lake Clark consists of landscapes is resplendent with mountains, glaciers, fresh water lakes, forest meadows, marshes and volcanoes. The park is known to be a haven for mountaineers, backpackers, paddlers, fishermen, hikers and photographers alike.
Within the park lies a lake that carries the park’s namesake. Lake Clark is a 40 mile, vibrantly turquoise body of water that is fed by glaciers, waterfalls, rivers, and streams.
The park is one of Alaska’s least visited localities, this facet attracts visitors seeking for a secluded and unimpeded sanctuary. Entrance to the park and travel within it is possible only by plane, boat, or on foot
The top 5 best rated things to do in Lake Clark are:
2. Power Boating
3. River Rafting
5. Bird Watching