• 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

Eating & Sleeping

Lodging

Unlike some national parks, there are no Park Service-run accommodations in Denali. There are a handful of privately owned and operated lodges in the park, as well as a wide range of accommodations outside of the park. Learn more about lodging in and around Denali.


Camping

Denali is home to six established campgrounds, three of which are open to tent or vehicle camping (RVs, etc) and three of which can only be used by tent campers. Learn more about campgrounds in Denali.

In addition, visitors may backpack nearly anywhere in Denali's six million acres. Learn more about backpacking in Denali.


Restaurants, Grocery Stores & Picnic Areas

In summer, there are numerous restaurants outside of the park, along Highway 3. The summer season runs from June through August. Businesses open at different times each year, so prepare for limited services if you visit in May or September.

Located next to the Denali Visitor Center, the Morino Grill is the only sit-down restaurant in the park. Snacks can be purchased at the Wilderness Access Center and snacks, sandwiches and camping food can be purchased at the Mercantile in Riley Creek Campground.

There are picnic tables at Mountain Vista and the Savage River, miles 13.5 and 15, respectively.

In fall, winter and spring, the nearest restaurants and convenience stores are in Healy, 11 miles to the north.


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