Lake Clark National Park is one the nation’s most incredible places. It is also one of America’s least visited and known national parks. Located in southern Alaska, Lake Clark is unique because of its incredible diversity of features. Lake Clark sits at the junction of three mountain ranges and contains coastline, temperate rainforests, glaciers and glacial lakes, alpine tundra, and two active volcanoes. One of the volcanoes, Mt. Redoubt, erupted in 2009! The Kvichak River, which runs through Lake Clark National Park, is the world’s most important spawning grounds for sockeye salmon. Brown Bears can often be seen in the park’s rivers, catching spawning salmon in their mouths in midair!