Lake Clark National Park, Alaska

Lake Clark National Park, Alaska

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Turquoise Lake

Turquoise Lake is an adventure into the pristine natural beauty of Alaska. A secluded destination, the lake is only accessible by float plane and has been called the heart and soul of Lake Clark National Park. Surrounded by majestic walls of ice and rock, families can spend their days hiking wide ridges, venturing into the tundra and discovering the wildlife of Alaska. Turquoise Lake also offers plenty of fishing opportunities.

Address: Lake Clark National Park, Alaska

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URL: http://www.nps.gov/lacl/planyourvisit/things2do.htm
Hours: Year-round
Price: Free

Mulchatna River

The Mulchatna River flows through Lake Clark National Park, providing a spectacular view of the open skies and tundra. Families looking for wildlife will likely see caribou, bears fishing for food and plenty of birds flying overhead. The glaciers of Chigmit Mountains are also in sight from the river. The Mulchatna River is a beautiful addition to an outdoor excursion into the park.

Address: Lake Clark National Park, Alaska

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URL: http://www.rivers.gov/rivers/rivers/mulchatna.php
Hours: Year-round
Price: Free

Chilikadrotna River

The Chilikadrotna River is an adventure waiting to happen. Families can hike along the riverbank, go fishing, take photos, search for wildlife or go river rafting. The river, like the other attractions in the park, is extremely remote. River rafting adventures, hikes and photography excursions are sure to be enjoyed in the peace of the wilderness. The Chilikadrotna River is ideal for families with a taste for outdoor fun.

Address: Lake Clark National Park, Alaska

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URL: http://www.rivers.gov/rivers/rivers/chilikadrotna.php
Hours: Year-round
Price: Free

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