State Park - Alaska
The largest state park in the nation, at 1.6 million acres, Wood-Tikchik State Park was created for the purpose of protecting the area's fish and wildlife breeding and support systems and preserving continued subsistence and recreational activities. The management philosophy is one of non-development and maintenance of the area's wilderness character. Park facilities are rustic and few, with great emphasis placed upon low impact camping and "pack it in, pack it out" practices.
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Wood-Tikchik - Brochure and Map
Brochure and Map of Wood-Tikchik State Park (SP) in Alaska. Published by Alaska State Parks.
Alaska State Parks - Brochure
Brochure of State Parks in Alaska. Published by Alaska State Parks.