Location

 
Port Alsworth is situated in Lake Clark National Park and is located 175 miles Southwest of Anchorage. Set apart from any other Alaskan park, it holds all of the quintessential Alaskan features. Three mountain ranges, the Alaska Range, the Aleutian Range and the Chigmit Mountain Range all merge within the park. Speckled with turquoise lakes, gleaming glaciers and colorful tundra it is an Alaska visitor’s dream. The park’s highlight is Lake Clark, a 45 mile long, glacier fed lake home to hundreds of thousands of spawning sockeye salmon. Two active volcanoes, Redoubt and Iliamna add to the rugged ranges and are the highest peaks within the park. Home to brown bear, black bear, dall sheep, caribou, moose, and a host of other wildlife, visitors will surely a catch glimpse of the abundant wildlife found within the park.

Alaska’s River Wild Lodge is set in the heart of Lake Clark National Park in the village of Port Alsworth. Accessible only by bush plane, Port Alsworth is a picturesque Alaskan village that will captivate you with its surrounding beauty. Fly beside glaciers and jagged peaks in Lake Clark Pass and catch a glimpse of wildlife below as you fly to Lake Clark. Let the desire to explore this vast wilderness take control and allow yourself to relax in this small mountain village. Adventure awaits you in many forms in Lake Clark National Park.