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Chulitna Lodge Wilderness Retreat
- Type: Lodges
- Fishing: Fly Fishing Freshwater Fishing Guided Fishing Self Guided Fishing
- Featured On: Top 10 Alaska Corporate Fishing & Adventure Retreats
The Chulitna Lodge Wilderness Retreat is a vacation destination within Lake Clark National Park and offering a fantastic way to experience Alaska. They are an artists and creators retreat with a bunch of fishing opportunities. They are an excellent place for corporate retreats as well as a great destination for families and solo travelers.
Lodging with Chulitna Lodge Wilderness Retreat
They are an all-inclusive lodge with gourmet meals that include tastes from around the world as well as a staple of locally grown and caught foods. They are part of the Bristol Bay Watershed and sit along the shores of Lake Clark, which is many times larger than the city of Manhattan. Expect meals with fresh-caught Salmon, Salads from lodge's garden, and during the summer, desserts stuffed fresh berries from the local area. It is an experience that is both pleasant and addicting.Â
Fishing with Chulitna Lodge Wilderness Retreat
Guided Fishing - You can ask for a guide when you make your reservations for fishing in the local area - by boat or hiking, or you can book a fly-out fishing adventure with Lake Clark Air to explore the many quality rivers and creeks throughout Alaska. If you love the idea of self-guided fishing, they will boat you to a location and drop you off for the day, and then pick you up.Â
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