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It was an amazing experience. The rangers and staff provide an exception opportunity to safely view bears in the wild. It is difficult to get there with a flight from Anchorage to King Salmon and then a float plane to Brooks Camp. I live in...More
This is the most special place on earth for nature lovers. To see the salmon try to fly back up the river and the grizzlies catching it to eat them, is nothing short of amazing. It was worth the trouble of getting there.
In the 3-4 hours we were there, we saw maybe 18 of the world famous Alaskan brown bears (the largest sub species of the cantankerous grizzly bear.) Several sows with 2 or 3 cubs. A few far too close for comfort.
You have to take...More
We visited in early September and stayed in the camp site. The camp is about 100m from the lodge/restaurant.
You go by commercial plane to King Salmon, and then via float pane to Katmai NP.
The main attraction obviously is the grizzly bear - you...More
I waited over 10 years to go to Katmai National Park. We ended up with 3 nights of campground reservations this year after I botched lodge reservations for 2017 and couldn't get over it, so we planned the trip as the end to an Alaskan...More
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Katmai National Park and Preserve
Also Known As
Brooks Camp Hotel Katmai National Park And Preserve ,
Brooks Camp Alaska/Katmai National Park And Preserve