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Lake Clark National Park and Preserve is a 4 million acre composite of ecosystems, located in part along the west shore of Cook Inlet across from the Kenai Peninsula and noted for uncrowded, exceptional bear viewing opportunities. The spectacular scenery stretches from the shores of Cook Inlet across the Chigmit Mountains to the tundra-covered hills of the western interior. The Chigmits, where the Alaska and Aleutian Ranges meet, are an awe inspiring, jagged array of mountains and glaciers, which include the two active volcanoes Mt. Redoubt and Mt. Iliamna. Forty mile long Lake Clark and many other lakes and rivers within the park are critical salmon habitat to the Bristol Bay salmon fishery, one of the largest sockeye salmon fishing grounds in the world. Numerous waterways in the park offer excellent fishing and wildlife viewing.
Nestled at the foot of Mount Iliamna in Lake Clark National Park, the Alaska Homestead Lodge offers the experience of a lifetime. Come and view the bears as they graze in the meadows and watch the eagles soaring overhead. Fishing, clamming, canoeing, hiking and berry picking are all a part of the Alaska Homestead Lodge experience. Your adventure begins when you depart from the Kenai Peninsula, Seward or Anchorage on a scenic flight over Cook Inlet. When you land on the secluded beaches of Silver Salmon Creek, the vacation of a lifetime has begun.