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Alaska is considered to be America?s last frontier. Much of the state are preserved and unexplored, which enables the state?s breathtaking natural beauty and rich wilderness of flora and fauna to flourish and be appreciated by the coming generations. Several state parks and wildlife reserves have been established in the state. One of the most popular state parks that nature lovers from all over the United States love visit is the Afognak Island State Park.

Famous for its large population of seals and fish, the Afognak Island State Park is a 75,047-acre of nothing but pristine wilderness. It is located on Afognak Island in Kodiak Island Borough, Alaska. Much of the park is undeveloped, but this is what gives it its rugged and ?wild? atmosphere. The topography and ecology of the island park is something to behold. Accessible by boat or float plane from Kodiak, the park is frequented by visitors who want to experience the real Alaskan outdoors.

The park also offers standard state park recreation activities such as hiking, hunting, fishing, and camping.
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