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Brooks River, Brooks Camp, and Naknek Lake as viewed from an airplane.

Brooks River Visitor Access Final EIS

The National Park Service has prepared a plan for visitor access at the Brooks River area of Katmai National Park and Preserve. This document evaluates alternatives for constructing a bridge and boardwalks to replace the current floating bridge and associated trails to improve visitor access
and provides for the same pedestrian and small vehicle traffic that currently use the floating bridge to cross Brooks River. Existing floatplane access in the Brooks River area, to the shores of Lake Brooks and Naknek Lake, would continue. This document also considers alternatives for relocating the park's barge landing site and access road away from the mouth of Brooks River.
 
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Brooks River Visitor Access Final EISBrooks River Visitor Access Final EIS   (14.3 MB, PDF file)
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