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A city in Dillingham Census Area in the US state of Alaska, Manokotak is located at a distance of around 21 miles from the city of Dillingham. Manokotak is spread in an area of about 37.1 square miles, of which 35.8 square miles is land and 1.4 square miles is of water. Tourists in Manokotak can travel to the city to Dillingham in order to explore its plethora of tourist attractions.
Walrus Islands State Game Sanctuary
One of the most renowned tourist attractions located in proximity to Dillingham, Walrus Islands State Game Sanctuary boasts of a group of seven islands and their waters in northern Bristol Bay. The most famous one among the seven of the Walrus Islands is Round Island, which is the largest walrus haul-out ground in Alaska. Walrus Islands State Game Sanctuary features a lot of other wildlife species as well including stellar sea lions, puffins, orcas, migrating whales, and thousands of seabirds. At the Round Island, tourists can enjoy camping
Wood-Tikchik State Park
Named after its two separate systems of large and interconnected lakes, Wood-Tikchik State Park is spread in a vast area of approximately 1.6 million acres. This park is fringed by Wood River Mountains to the west and the Nushagak lowlands to the east. In the park, the two systems of lakes comprise diverse terrains and are famous for their beauty. There is few hunting and fishing lodges in this park and the remaining part of region is an undeveloped wilderness that lures boaters, kayakers, rafters, and canoers. Visitors can reach Wood-Tikchik State Park by hiring an air-taxi from Dillingham or taking a charter boat from the village of Aleknagik, located approximately 25 miles north of Dillingham and is linked to Dillingham by road.
Togiak National Wildlife Refuge
Togiak National Wildlife Refuge is a 4.7 million-acre refuge featuring lovely rivers, beautiful mountain lakes, and magnificent mountains. This refuge is reachable from Dillingham by air-taxis. The key activities that visitors can enjoy in Togiak National Wildlife Refuge are sport-fishing and float trips. Togiak National Wildlife Refuge also offers some of the first-rate trout and salmon fishing opportunities in the state. This refuge is also home to over 200 breeding, migrating, or staging birds while caribou, brown bear, and moose magnetize sport hunters to traverse the refuge.