Lake & Peninsula Borough

Lake and Peninsula BoroughThe Lake and Peninsula Borough contains seventeen communities that are located within three distinct areas of the region: The Lakes Area, the Upper Peninsula Area, and the Chignik Area.

Located southwest of Anchorage along the Alaska Peninsula, the Lake and Peninsula Borough encompasses approximately 23,782 square miles of land (roughly the size of West Virginia) and 7,125 square miles of water. Extending 400 miles from Lake Clark in the north to Ivanof Bay in the south, it contains three National Parks (Lake Clark Nat'l Park & Preserve, Katmai Nat'l Park & Preserve, and Aniakchak Nat'l Monument & Preserve); two National Wildlife Refuges (Becharof Nat'l Wildlife Refuge and Alaska Peninsula Nat'l Wildlife Refuge); and numerous designated Wild and Scenic Rivers and State Critical Habitat Areas.

Source: Lake & Peninsula Borough

How to Get There

From Anchorage you will need to fly with Alaska Airlines or Peninsula Airways to King Salmon. Grant Aviation services the Egegik area including Big Creek and Coffee Point, Pilot Point, Ugashik, Port Heiden, Chignik Bay, Chignik Lake, Chignik Lagoon, Perryville, Port Moller, Igiugig and Levelock with daily scheduled flights and charters. Charters are available upon request to other areas in the Lake & Peninsula Borough. Cargo service is also available. Reservations can be made by calling (907) 246-3590 or toll free at (855) 246-3590.

For more information download the full printable Visitor Guide and Business Directory
or visit the Lake & Peninsula Borough website.