Commercial Film/Photography Permits
The policy of National Park Service (NPS) is to allow commercial filming and photography when it is consistent with the protection and public enjoyment of park resources. NPS policy requires that primary consideration be given to safety, potential resource damage and anticipated disruption of normal visitor use.
To assure protection of the parks’ cultural, historic and natural resources, all commercial photography requests involving the use of NPS lands must be approved through a permitting process initiated through the Park Superintendent or his/her representative.
Did You Know?
Tiny chipped stone projectile points have been found at sites dating to 2,000 years old along the Alagnak Wild River. Archeologists believe that these are evidence of increased hunting with bow and arrow technology.