Loaded With More Rivers…. All the Famous Rivers of Katmai Park
- Katmai Park – Katmai National Monument was created in 1918 when President Wilson set aside just over one million acres to preserve the phenomenon of Mt. Katmai, the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes, and their breathtaking beauty. The monument would later become a national park and preserve with a total of 4.7 million acres. The landscape is always being redefined by the seismic and volcanic action in this area and is considered by many to be the crown jewel of Alaska parks.
- Brooks – Brooks Camp is just a quick 15-minute floatplane flight from the lodge. Undoubtedly the premier place in the world to view bears at close range is Brooks Falls.