Katmai National Park has risen to prominence for two main reasons: an illustrious collection of volcanoes and an abundance of Alaskan wildlife. For decades, avid outdoor enthusiasts have traveled our beloved regional treasure due in no small part to its remote location and unspoiled alpine environment.
As the long days of summer slowly slip away, many of Alaska’s tourists will be leaving as well, making fall a great time for a vacation. With its crystal clear waters, surrounded by stoic mountains and vast wilderness, it’s no wonder that kayaking in Alaska is such a popular activity for outdoor enthusiasts stepping foot in our slice of paradise. One of the most valuable assets held by Alaska’s Gold Creek Lodge is its seamless access to the Naknek River and Katmai National Park.