Lake Clark National Park and Preserve Lakes and Ponds

There are numerous lakes and ponds throughout the park and preserve besides the 40 mile, 990 feet deep Lake Clark. The larger lakes are; Telaquana, Two, Turquoise, Twin, Portage, Fishtrap, Caribou, Lachbuna, Otter, Snipe, Kijik, Lower Tazimina, Upper Tazimina, Kontrashibuna, Hickerson, Crescent, Pickeral, and Summit.

Lake Clark is also the sixth largest lake within Alaska.

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