Jewels of The Alaska State Park System - Southwest Alaska
Wood-Tikchik State Park, bounded by rugged mountains to the west and open tundra to the east, Wood-Tikchik State Park is Alaska's most remote state park, and the largest state park in the United States. Visitors are attracted by superb fishing and boating in the Tikchik Lakes and Wood River Lakes. Private lodges offer visitor services and sport fishing packages by advance reservations only. The park is 300 air miles west of Anchorage and is accessible by charter flight from Dillingham.