The Lakes and Rivers in the Wood River system offer a genuine Alaska wilderness experience in the lower watershed within our nation’s largest State Park. The Wood-Tikchik State Park encompasses nearly 1.6 million acres. The southern lakes of the park include Lake Aleknagik, Lower Nerka Lake, Upper Nerka Lake, Lake Beverley, and Kulik Lake. These lakes occupy deep glacial valleys carved 15,000 to 25,000 years ago. Each lake spans a variety of terrain.
The lower lakes are interconnected by short rivers, which are well known for their world-class salmon and trout fishing. The most popular method for exploring the Wood River Lake system is by kayak, offering an incredible Alaska wilderness paddle experience. You can access these remote lakes from Dillingham with our air taxi.
Air Charter – Dillingham to Kulik Lake / Agulapak River to Dillingham
CESSNA 206 ON FLOATS – This aircraft will carry 2-3 passengers plus gear. $875 for aircraft
*All air charter price quotes are for the aircraft, not a per person rate.
The size of your party and the amount of gear you take will determine which aircraft will be used, and how many trips will be required to get your group to Kulik Lake.
Kayak rentals include, life jackets, paddles, spray skirt, pump and rope for securing the boats while on shore. Price reflects the necessity to move the boats separate from passengers. You are always welcome to bring a folding kayak, but remember to include the weight and bulk when figuring your air charter needs.