Limitless Options to Explore Lake Clark National Park by Kayak or Boat

Go Anywhere! Really the trips and ideas we have are just a few options. Paddle around all of Lake Clark! We dare you! We can drop you off, pick you up, or you can choose to be entirely on your own. Either way, we offer DeLorme inReach rentals so you are never out of touch. Here are a few more ideas: 

Tommy Creek Short on time? This half-day paddle might turn into a full day if you get distracted. Bald eagles, fishing, black bears. Although Tommy Creek is less than 6 miles out of town, you will experience Lake Clark National Park. Great for those who want to get out on their own but are a little intimidated. 

Munyuq Beach (pronounced Mun-Yuck). Ok. It is directly across the lake from Port Alsworth. However, it is still one of our favorites! Perfect sunsets on the beach and a 5 minute hike for views of the length of Lake Clark. For those with late arrival flights into Port Alsworth, this is one to get you into Lake Clark National Park quickly. Within an hour paddle you are on the other side of the lake and enjoying some serenity. The next day? Continue on a kayak trip up lake to Kijik or down lake to White Sands Beach. Or head back to Port Alsworth and enjoy something new. 

Brooks Cove Turn our Brooks Cove trip into a one day kayak adventure. With no open water crossings, this is the perfect day for those who might feel a little intimidated by a longer kayak paddle. Our water taxi will drop you and your kayaks off in the morning and you will then begin the 10 mile paddle back to Port Alsworth. Along the way look for bears, bald eagles and other wildlife. Take a break to fish for grayling or explore the tundra and look for blueberries. Picnics on the beach are encouraged. For those staying in our cabin rental, your day of kayaking ends at the beach in front of the cabin.

For a detailed map on our destinations please visit our About Lake Clark page.