Fees & Reservations
Because of its designation as a national preserve, there are no fees or services within Bering Land Bridge and no reservations are required for entry or use of its resources.
The national preserve designation enables the land to be federally protected, but also allows for public hunting, trapping, fishing, oil and gas exploration, and subsistence use (although state permits for some of these activities are still required).
If you are simply using the preserve for backpacking, hiking, biking, camping, climbing, hot spring soaking, or other low-impact activities however, it is yours to respectfully and responsibly enjoy!
Did You Know?
Muskox were once extinct on the Alaskan Seward Peninsula, but were reintroduced in 1970. They are now thriving on the Peninsula, even in the Bering Land Bridge National Preserve.