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    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?

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Visibility is an important component of measuring Denali's air quality. Visibility data, such as that from the Wonder Lake camera, supplements chemical data from filter samples. Air here is still clean, but traces of pollution from local, regional and international sources exists on filter samples.