• Large male brown bear at Brooks Falls

    Katmai

    National Park & Preserve Alaska

Doing Business With The Park

The National Park Service authorizes commercial visitor services in Katmai National Park and Preserve under concessions contracts and commercial use authorizations. Park specific regulations and reporting requirements apply to all commercial operators. For more information, contact the Office of Concession Operations.

Commercial filming and photography may require a Special Use Permit and the payment of location fees.


KATM Commercial Use Authorizations (CUA) Holder - 2013 Review Material:

CUA Handbook 2013 Compendium

CUA Handbook 2013 Natural Resource Management

CUA Handbook 2013 Law Enforcement Information

CUA Handbook 2013 Contact Info and Stipulations

 

Did You Know?

Oil on Katmai Coast

The 1989 Exxon Valdez oil spill heavily impacted Pacific coast of Katmai National Park. Although the spill occurred over 250 miles away, more than 1055 tons of oiled debris was removed from the park’s shores. In some areas, oil can still be seen today.