National Parks, Monuments, & Protected Areas

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Alaska is home to more national parks and preserves than any other state in the United States. Its rich environment provides habitat for a variety of migratory birds, sea mammals, and fish as well as year-round residental land mammals, birds and marine life. Wild rivers, calving glaciers, dramatic coastlines and barren tundra are just a taste of what Alaska's surroundings have to offer. Alaska's wildlife includes humpback whales, orcas, porpoise, seals, sea lions, sea otters, a large variety of fish, brown and black bears, moose, deer, caribou, cormorants, puffins, murres, and eagles to name a few. Our state is extensive, diverse, wonderous and like no place else on earth.

Below are links to the National Park Service for each of our designated parks and preserves or click on the park of your choice above:

• Alagnak Wild River - King Salmon

• Aleutian World War II National Historic Area - Unalaska/Dutch Harbor

• Aniakchak National Monument & Preserve - King Salmon

• Bering Land Bridge National Preserve - Nome

• Cape Krusenstern National Monument - Kotzebue

• Denali National Park & Preserve - Denali Park

• Gates Of The Arctic National Park & Preserve - Bettles

• Glacier Bay National Park & Preserve - Gustavus

• Inupiat Heritage Center - Barrow

• Katmai National Park & Preserve - King Salmon

• Kenai Fjords National Park - Seward

• Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park - Skagway

• Kobuk Valley National Park - Kotzebue

• Lake Clark National Park & Preserve - Port Alsworth

• Noatak National Preserve - Kotzebue

• Sitka National Historical Park - Sitka

• Western Arctic National Parklands - Kotzebue

• Wrangell - St Elias National Park & Preserve - Copper Center

• Yukon - Charley Rivers National Preserve - Eagle

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