Lake Clark National Park and Preserve Rivers and Streams

Numerous rivers and steams exist within Lake Clark National Park and Preserve. Several rivers originate from each of the glaciers within the area and either drain into Cook Inlet or lakes in the park and preserve. There are three National Wild Rivers in Lake Clark National Park and Preserve; Mulchatna, Tilikakila, and Chilikadrotna. Other potential Wild Rivers are the; Chokotonk and Kijik. Other rivers are; Tuxedni, Johnson, West Glacier Creek, Currant Creek, Tommmy Creek, Tanalian River, Drift River, Neacola River, Igitna River Chilligan River, Stony River, Merrill River, Another River, Necons River, and Telaquana River.

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