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Some of Alaska's National Parks Map, Northcountry
National Parks In Alaska In 1980, a large number of parks, wildlife refuges and wilderness areas were created in sweeping legislation that added a wide variety of public land to the park systems in Alaska. So, if you’ve enjoyed your visit to Denali, you should consider visiting another park. Parks You Can Drive To
1. Denali National Park Renowned for its wildlife viewing, alpine scenery, views of the Alaska Range and Mt. Denali. This is the most visited park in Alaska.
2. Wrangell-St. Elias National Park The largest National Park in the United States, it stretches from the Wrangell Mountains and the historic and unique towns of McCarthy and Kennicott to the ocean near Yakutat.
3. Kenai Fjords National Park You can drive to Exit Glacier near Seward and hike. Or you can take a cruise into the deep water fjords of this ocean and glacier park.
Parks You Can Take A Boat To
4. Yukon-Charley Rivers National Preserve You can float down the Yukon from Eagle to reach this wilderness.
5. Sitka National Historic Park Cruise ships and the Alaska ferry visit this culturally rich town.
6. Glacier Bay National Park Cruise ships take you to this park, which is considered by many to be one of the world’s premier park destinations. 7. Klondike Gold Rush National Historic Park This park starts in Skagway and includes the Chilkoot Trail, which is a trek many adventurers have on their “to-do” list. Less Accessible Parks There are many more parks and wildlands in Alaska that require advanced planning and logistics to get to. If you wish to visit one of the more remote parks in Alaska, you should contact an Alaska Public Lands Information Center. There is one in Tok, one in Fairbanks, one in Ketchikan and another in Anchorage.