Skip to content
Please select your location:
Natural Habitat's Alaska Bear Camp

Natural Habitat's Alaska Bear Camp

The US

Built on the private ancestral land of the Dena'ina people, this camp is set on the edge of Lake Clark National Park, and surrounded by a population of brown bears. Tents face the shoreline of Cook Inlet and are weatherproof with solid doors and floors. Each tent offers a choice of twin or one king bed, and mens and womens bathrooms are shared. Each tent has a small porta-potty for nighttime use.

An electrified fence surrounds the camp, and is powered by solar electricity, which also runs the lights. Meals are served in the larger dining tent, which also serves as a space for presentations, and charging facilities are available here. Your resident chef cooks up locally sourced, delicious meals, usually including fresh fish and seafood caught close by.


Speak to someone
who's been there
Matt, an Audley Travel specialist

Start planning your tailor-made trip by contacting one of our Alaska specialists

Tour ideas in Alaska

Our itineraries are there to spark ideas for how you could include a stay at Natural Habitat's Alaska Bear Camp as part of your trip. Treat them simply as suggestions, because every aspect of the trip we create for you will be yours to define.

Location & places nearby

Places & hotels on the map