Wood - Tikchik State Park
Wood-Tikchik State Park is a remote park accessible by air charter service from Dillingham in Southwestern Alaska. The park covers 1.6 million acres and is the nations' largest state park. The park is named for two large systems of interconnecting lakes and was established in 1978 to preserve and protect the area's fish and wildlife. The breeding grounds in this park are an important part of the Bristol Bay fishery.
The park is home to many private fishing lodges but the remainder of the park remains undeveloped and offers a remote wilderness experience. Camping is allowed but no campgrounds or trails are established.
Wood-Tikchik State Park is home to all five species of salmon as well as rainbow trout, grayling, arctic char, dolly varden and whitefish. Camping and river float trip permits may be required. Please visit the Alaska State Park website for more information on Wood-Tikchik State Park.
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