Wood-Tikchik State Park Points
You must first get to Dillingham, Alaska via regularly scheduled air services from Anchorage. Once in Dillingham you will need to charter a floatplane to take you to the lake of your choice. The upper most lake is Lake Kulik. Pilots will land you most anywhere and may know some good camping beaches to take you to.
Take out at the end of the last lake at the village of Aleknagik, which is connected to Dillingham by a 25 mile road. You would need to arrange the road transfer to eliminate a short flight to Dillingham. If your budget allowed it you could charter all the way back to Anchorage from Aleknagik, but at substantial more cost than a commercial flight out of Dillingham.