Great Alaska BearCamp

Great Alaska BearCamp

2 days/1 night
Departs from Anchorage.


Price on request


Award-Winning Alaska Bear Viewing Camp is located on the shores of Lake Clark National Park, in a rugged, inaccessible and incredible wilderness.

Named “North America’s best Bush camp” by Outside Magazine and one of “America’s Best Adventures” by National Geographic traveler, Alaska BearCamp sits in a virtual time machine between the towering snow capped mountains of the Alaska range and the ice cold waters of Cook Inlet. Accessible only by air or water, it has been called “The Alaska of my dream”.

Alaska BearCamp is a sustainable Bear Viewing location situated on a one of kind, homestead property between Mt. Illamana and Chinitna Bay. It is the only overnight bear viewing location with a raised platform for your comfort and safety. The tents are hi tech extreme Weather Ports, essentially “quanset hut” style tents made of extreme PVC coated nylon stretched over metal pipe. Made to endure extreme winds and weather, they feature hard wooden doors and floors, cozy beds with full linens and propane heat and light. While our main bathrooms and showers are in a separate shower house, the tents also have RV-style potties.