Special Use Permits
A complete list of these activities can be found in the Superintendent's compendium.
Submit it to the Office of Special Park Uses at least two weeks in advance of the activity, more if the activity entails significant impacts to park operations. Please remember to enclose a cashier's check, or money order for $100.00 to cover non-refundable application costs. Send the completed application along with the application fee in the form of a credit card, cashier's check, money order or personal check made payable to National Park Service to:
Office of Special Park Uses
For more information: contact Chief Ranger Mark Thompson at: Mark_Thompson@nps.gov or (907) 422-0500.
A Scientific Research and Collecting Permit is required to conduct research or collect specimens on all National Park Service lands. Researchers are encouraged to contact the research coordinator early in the planning process to discuss proposed work and streamline the permitting process.
For more information and to download an application, see: Research Permits