Katmai National Park and Preserve Activities

The focus of visitor use is at the Brooks River, where brown bear congregate to feed on sockeye salmon, although increasing visitor use is occurring along the outer coast and elsewhere in the park interior. Three bear viewing platforms are located along the Brooks River. The park also offers world-class sportfishing. The Katmai coast also attracts visitors for sportfishing as well as coastal tours and bear viewing. Access to the coast is available by boat tours and charter air taxis from Kodiak, Homer, and Anchorage, or from many of Katmai's commercial operators and lodges.

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