Lake Clark National Park and Preserve is a US national park in southwest Alaska, approximately 100 miles southwest of Anchorage. Alaska was protected by the National Interest Land Conservation Act.
Lake Clark has wonderful fishing opportunities for those who are aquatically inclined. It contains some of the most pristine fish habitat in all of the national park systems.
Bear watching is considered a major activity that put Lake Clark on the map for all wildlife enthusiasts. Sightseeing tours to see the bears can be availed from Soldotna to Notion.