... and beyond
The National Park Service plays varying roles in the administration of parks, rivers, affiliated and national heritage areas, and National Historic and Natural Landmarks. Together these represent a natural and cultural legacy spread across a unique American landscape. In addition, we provide support to communities and projects beyond park boundaries that touch virtually every region in the state.
Alaska Public Lands Information Centers
The Alaska Centers provide information, trip planning assistance, and resource education on national parks and other public lands around the state.
Anchorage Center - Old Federal Building 605 W 4th Ave Suite 105
Fairbanks Center - Morris Thompson Cultural & Visitors Center 101 Dunkel St. Suite 110
Ketchikan Center - Southeast Alaska Discovery Center 50 Main Street
Tok Center - Milepost 1314 Alaska Highway
Science and Learning Centers in Alaska
Science and Learning Centers facilitate and support research and science education programs.
Murie Science and Learning Center located within Denali National Park, supports interior parks
Ocean Alaska Science and Learning Center located within Kenai Fjords National Park, supports coastal parks
National Parks in Alaska
National parks cover approximately 54 million acres of land in Alaska (over 60% of all land managed by the National Park Service) and offer visitors the opportunity to experience some of the most remote and pristine places in the country.
The Alaska Highlights page provides information on all National Park Service-managed places and programs in Alaska as well as interesting facts and statistics about the state.
Last Updated: December 10, 2013