As one of the least visited National Parks in the USA, Lake Clark National Park offers an exclusive and special experience.
It’s a place where National Geographic photographers come to capture those amazing photos of brown bears that you see in magazines.
If you’re in the planning stages of a visit to Alaska, this guide will provide you with everything you need to know to plan an amazing experience in Lake Clark with the bears.
Where is Bear Camp in Lake Clark National Park? BearCamp is located on the remote shores of Chinitna Bay in Lake Clark National Park.
Great Alaska Adventures owns and operates the world renowned bear viewing camp deep within the Alaskan Kenai Peninsula.
What is Bear Camp Exactly? This remote property is built around the premise of viewing wild bears without impacting their habitat.
When viewing wild bears here you will not only experience bears in Alaska but you will connect with the bears of Lake Clark National Park. This is what makes this adventure in Alaska so great.
How to Get There The only way to access the official BearCamp is by booking through Great Alaska Adventures. Their main lodge is located in Soldotna, on the Kenai Peninsula.
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