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Tulchina Adventures

Tulchina Adventures offers affordable relaxing accommodations and a variety of water transportation services for your unique journey in Lake Clark National Park. They provide the expertise and local knowledge you need to plan and create your custom remote Alaskan wilderness adventure.

Island Lodge

Island Lodge is a remote wilderness lodge run by full-time Alaskans. Whether you are craving the peace and quiet of the wilderness, or the excitement of fishing, kayaking, hiking or river rafting - you'll find it here. Island Lodge offers friendly Alaskan hospitality and a wide variety of outdoor activities, all while surrounded by majestic mountains and waterfalls, abundant wildlife, and pristine water.

Fort Jefferson

Fort Jefferson was built to protect one of the most strategic deepwater anchorages in North America. By fortifying this spacious harbor, the United States maintained an important “advance post” for ships patrolling the Gulf of Mexico and the Straits of Florida. Nestled within the islands and shoals that make up the Dry Tortugas, the harbor offered ships the chance to resupply, refit, or seek refuge from storms.

Glacier View Campground

Glacier View Campground is located in Wrangell-St. Elias National Park & Preserve. Enjoy a panoramic view of The Root Glacier and surrounding Wrangell Mountains from the comfort of our Outdoor Cafe.  Our Famous "Glacier Burger" has been known to convert even some die-hard vegetarians. Especially after a Long Trek in the Back Country.

Longleaf Campground

Located adjacent to the park entrance road, this campground has 10 individual and 4 group camping sites. Individual sites can have a maximum of 8 individuals and 3 tents. Group sites must have a minimum of 9 individuals and no more than 24, with a maximum of 10 tents per site. Each site has a fire ring and a picnic table. Two vault toilets are located at the front of the campground. This campground does not have running water. 

Bluff Campground

Located on the Bluff Trail approximately one mile from the Longleaf Campground. There is no vehicle access to this campground and the 6 individual campsites that have hold a maximum of 8 individuals and 3 tents. Each site has a fire ring and picnic table. There are no restroom facilities at this site, nor any running water at this campground.

Pine Springs Campground

Pine Springs Campground is located in Guadalupe Mountains National Park .Located just off U.S. Highway 62/180 near the Pine Springs Visitor Center, it is a simple, desert camping area situated at the base of the mountain. Individual campsites are all at a first come, first served basis.

Tejas Backcountry Campground

The extra distance to Tejas is worth the time for those who wish to stay in a more densely forested surrounding. The tall trees provide deep shade in the morning and late afternoon and protection from high winds aloft. Centrally located, Tejas campground is 5.5 miles from Pine Springs trailhead or 6.2 miles from Dog Canyon.

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