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Wood-Tikchik State Park

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Subject: Dillingham, Alaska, Nuyakuk River, Tikchik River, Chugach State Park, Protected areas of the United States
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Wood-Tikchik State Park

Wood-Tikchik State Park is a state park in the U.S. state of Alaska north of Dillingham. Over 1.6 million acres (6,500 km²) in area—about the size of the state of Delaware, it is the largest state park in Alaska.[1]

It is one of only two state parks in western Alaska, along with the much smaller Lake Aleknagik State Recreation Site.

See also


  1. ^ Wood-Tikchik State Park, Division of Parks and Outdoor Recreation, Alaska Department of Natural Resources

External links

  • Division of Parks and Outdoor Recreation - Wood-Tikchik State Park
  • Alaska State Park Faces Development Dilemma National Geographic News article on Wood-Tikchik State Park

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