Katmai National Park was on top of our bucket list. So, on our recent visit, I couldn’t pass up the Brooks Lodge gift shop to bring home some merch to remember our trip.
Officially known as the Katmai Trading Post, the Brooks Lodge gift shop is in the same building as the lodge office.
A small wooden cabin houses the gift shop and lodge office. It is on the north side of the Brooks River near the bridge. Access to the office is in the front, and the door to the shop is in the back.
Brooks Lodge Gift Shop
This gift shop is small but has most of the typical trip souvenirs. There are plenty of T-shirts, sweatshirts, jackets, and hats.
We also discovered water bottles, cups, Christmas ornaments, license plates, postcards, bandanas, keychains, flies (fishing), etc.
Fishing gear, binoculars, and kayaks are also available for rent in the trading post.
Visitors can also pick up snacks, water, and sodas. However, for safety reasons, you can only eat snacks or drink soda in the lodge dining room or designated picnic areas.
For more options, check out the Katmai National Park Visitor Center gift shop to purchase national park service merchandise and get your passport stamp.
As you might guess, my favorite keepsakes are T-shirts. Fortunately, I found several in the Brooks Lodge gift shop to bring home, each with unique designs that remind me of my unforgettable trip to Alaska.
Planning a trip to Brooks Camp in Katmai National Park? Check out Katmai’s Coveted Brooks Lodge Rooms and Brooks Lodge Dining Hall. Also, pick up this Alaska Travel Journal to record your trip memories!
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