• Winter light on the Fairweather Range

    Glacier Bay

    National Park & Preserve Alaska

Pets

Glacier Bay National Park is a sanctuary for Alaskan wildlife and may not be the best location to bring a pet. Pets are allowed on land in only a few select areas, and may not be left unattended. Your pet must be leashed or physically restrained at all times. They are not allowed on trails, beaches, or anywhere in the backcountry, with the exception of pets that remain on board private vessels on the water.

Pets are allowed:

  • On the Bartlett Cove Public Use Dock
  • On the beach between the Bartlett Cove Public Use Dock and the National Park Service Administrative Dock
  • Within 100 feet of Bartlett Cove Developed Area park roads or parking areas unless otherwise posted
  • On a vessel on the water

Keep Bartlett Cove Clean!
All pet waste must be cleaned up and deposited within the covered trash cans in Bartlett Cove.

Did You Know?

Tour boat in Glacier Bay

There are no roads to Glacier Bay; you can reach the park only by air and water. Most visitors come to the park on large cruise ships. More...