KATMAI NATIONAL PARK & PRESERVE
Truly a national treasure, Katmai National Park in Alaska is over four million acres of untouched wilderness. It features some of the best fishing on the planet as well as opportunities for bear viewing and wildlife photography. These are only a couple of non-angler activities we offer to our guests. Thanks to this untouched, roadless, and massive ecosystem, we have epic spawning grounds for the largest run of sockeye salmon left in the world.
The small streams are too numerous to count, just like the brown bears that call this national park home. Blue lakes filled with crystal clear water dot this landscape as well as volcanos and the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes. Many people come to Katmai National Park to view the brown bears on Brooks falls. The falls has a platform viewing deck that allows guests to view the bears.
BOOK A FISHING TRIP WITH THE LODGE AT 58° NORTH DURING YOUR VISIT TO KATMAI:
WHAT: Learn about why you should join us!
WHEN: Learn more about fishing through the seasons.
WHERE: Check out our home river, the Naknek