Kijik’s 126,000 acres of surface estate around Lake Clark and Six Mile Lake are some of the most beautiful and pristine areas in the region. Our lands are adjacent to the Lake Clark National Park and Preserve, and are only accessible by plane, boat or snowmachine. Buttressed up against rugged mountain passes and crystal-clear lakes, Kijik’ s lands largely remained untouched by time.

Kijik’s management and stewardship of its lands are guided by our cultural values and traditional subsistence practices.

Natural Resources

Kijik’s lands contain a bounty of natural resources including timber, minerals, gravel and sources of renewable energy. The Corporation has documented and surveyed its resources for current and potential use. Kijik’s intends to consider all responsible development of our natural resources through the lens of the Corporation’s mission to preserve and protect our lands for generations to come.

Recreational Development – Keyes Point

In March of 2000 Kijik established the Keyes Point subdivision, a community with recreational lots located in and around Lake Clark. Keyes Point can only be reached by plane or watercraft. Keyes Point is regulated by covenants, conditions and restrictions governed by the Keyes Point Property Owners Association. Today Kijik has approximately 29 lots available for sale to the public. Lots range from (size to size). For additional information please contact Kijik Corporation.

Recreational Opportunities – General Public Permits

Kijik Corporation welcomes visitors. General public (Non-shareholder or Descendent) visitors are required to obtain a recreational land use permit prior to entering or visiting Kijik land.

Permits are granted for non-motorized access for non-consumptive purposes only. “Non-consumptive” activities may include but not limit to hiking, biking, skiing, sightseeing and other passive recreational uses. Permits are $100 per individual per calendar year, each use not to exceed 14 days without a 3 day break in between uses.

No hunting or trapping is allowed at any time.

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Permits for fishing or other consumptive use may be granted on an individual basis. Please contact Kijik Corporation.

To inquire about a permit, please call Kijik Corporation at (907)561-4487, toll-free (800)478-4487 or email: [email protected]

Lands Monitoring and Trespass

Kijik’s lands are actively monitored for proper use. Kijik reserves the right to deny or withdraw approval of any permit application. Kijik’s lands are private and are subject to the jurisdiction of the State of Alaska. It is your responsibility to ensure you are in compliance with Kijik’s access requirements and State laws.

To report trespassing please contact Kijik’s office: 907-561-4487 (phone) or email [email protected]

Subsistence Use Applications (Shareholders and Decedents Only)

  • Seasonal Land Use Permits- $100.00

Accessible Areas: Chulitna Rive, Tazimina River, Newhalen River, Lake Clark, or other location. Permit periods are valid only for the year issued and non-transferable). 

  • Firewood Harvesting Permit - Shareholders with less than 76 shares of stock may purchase a permit to cut above their shareholder allotment and up to the 3000 linear feet limit at the rate of $.25 per linear foot. One-time-only permits will be issued to shareholders of Kijik Corporation in the following ratio:
        1. 1      25 shs. =   750 linear feet
        2. 25    50 shs. =   1500 linear feet
        3. 51    75 shs. =   2250 linear feet
        4. 76    100 or more  shs. =   3000 linear feet

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  • Fish Camp Site Permit - $25 initial fee and $25/year thereafter

Permits valid for 10 years. Property taxes associated with the land site are the permit holder’s responsibility. Improvements on fish camp sites under a Kijik permit shall be considered temporary if they meet the following requirements:

  • They must not exceed 400 square feet and may not have a second floor.
  • They may not stand on concrete pilings.
  • They may not have electricity, a well, plumbing, or a septic system.
  • They may not have insulation in the walls.
  • No significant earthwork shall be required to construct the improvements and no heavy equipment may be used.