• pond surrounded by green brush, reflecting a distant range of snow-covered mountains that are dominated by one massive mountain

    Denali

    National Park & Preserve Alaska

Park Statistics

Denali National Park and Preserve

Alaska Region Denali National Park
P.O. Box 9 Denali Park, AK 99755-0009

Telephone: 907-683-2294 Headquarters

907-683-9649 Teletype for the Deaf/Hearing Impaired (TTY)

Fax: 907-683-9612

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Superintendent: Don Striker

Acreage: 6,075,030

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Visitation and Budget

Year Visitation Base Budget
2000 364,019 $9,189,000
2001 360,271 $9,792,000
2002 353,560 $10,144,000
2003 359,838 $10,949,000
2004 404,234 $10,687,000
2005 403,520 $10,842,000
2006 415,935 $10,547,000
2007 458,307 $10,644,000
2008 432,301 $11,910,000
2009 358,040 $12,642,000
2010 378,885
$13,976,000
2011 406,581 $13,881,000
2012 388,433
$13,777,000

 
Volunteer-In-Parks (VIP)

Year Hours Costs # VIPs
1998 25,018 $23,910 184
1999 23,456 $23,008 165
2000 25,157 $20,950 234
2001 21,745 $26,130 206
2002 31,539 $28,300 336
2003 32,951 $24,020 254
2004 40,732 $35,920 369
2005 35,727 $35,366 357
2006 39,765 $51,658 324
2007 44,051 $72,367 261
2008 40,499 $81,315 263
2009 42,389 $80,376 340
2010 52,885
$97,720
410
2011 50,376 $107,291 384
2012 58,118 $183,946 504

Did You Know?

snowy landscape and distant snow-covered mountain

Recent climate warming has affected Denali in ways that are readily apparent, such as reduced spring snowfall, earlier snowmelt, earlier green-up and thawing of permanent snowfields. Subarctic ecosystems, like Denali, are extremely sensitive to climate variability and change.