Alaska’s Bearclaw Lodge sits on the shores of Lake Aleknagik in the renown Bristol Bay area of Alaska. A remote lakefront location, 350 miles southwest of Anchorage and 35 miles northwest of Dillingham, Bearclaw lodge can only be reached by boat or floatplane. Once here, you will have access to all five lakes in the 1.6 million acre Wood-Tikchik State Park, the largest state park in the U.S.
The breathtaking landscape of forest, mountain and tundra also supports a diverse population of wildlife including brown bear, moose, caribou, eagle, waterfowl and other migratory birds.
Traveling to Bearclaw Lodge:
Our guests begin their trip with a 50-minute jet flight from Anchorage to Dillingham, arriving on Sunday evening just in time for a light dinner. You will be met at the airport by one of our staff and travel by van and then by covered jetboat 35 miles northwest of Dillingham to the Lodge. After a fabulous week of fishing, wildlife viewing, exploring or just relaxing, guests return to Dillingham and depart the following Saturday morning, to begin planning their return trips to Bearclaw Lodge for next year.
Because of our high guest return and referral rate, our weeks fill up quickly as space is limited – contact us today to check availability.