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Clam Gulch State Recreation Area

Area

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  • Size

    560.18 acres

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Description

Clam Gulch, as the name implies, is famous for the hundreds of thousands of razor clams that used to be harvested annually from the sandy beaches adjacent to the State Recreation Area.

Situated on the bluffs overlooking scenic Cook Inlet, the recreation area offers visitors a panoramic view of the Aleutian Mountain Range and its three tallest peaks - Mount Iliamna, Mount Redoubt and Mount Spurr.

Allowed Activities
Fishing
Hiking
Tent Camping
Rv Camping
Mountain Biking
Wildlife Watching
Boating
Good For
Wheelchairs

Additional Information

Accessibility Description

Sterling Highway to mile 117.5. Turn on Clam Gulch Road