Lake Clark National Park, Alaska

Overview

Lake Clark National Park is a national park located South West Alaska, in the Southern Alaska Range and along the Cook Inlet. It is one of 8 National Parks in Alaska and one of 24 National Park Service sites in the state. The entire park measures at 4.03 million acres in land area and is adjacent to the Lake Clark National Preserve. As of 2016, the total number of annual visitors is just over 21,000 per year, making it one of the least visited national parks in the United States. This is primarily due to the fact that there are no roads connecting the part to the outside world. It is only accessible through a small aircraft (such as floatplanes) or via boat.

Despite having fewer visitors compared to other national parks, Lake Clark National Park is an undiscovered gem. It has a mix of mountains, coastal areas, and

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