NPS Photo/Linda Jeschke
Kobuk Valley National Park is a remote place with no accessible trails or roads. A plane or boat is necessary for a visitor to transport themselves to the park. Contact licensed commercial service providers to check for availability of required services.
Northwest Arctic Heritage Center in KotzebueThe Northwest Arctic Heritage Center located in Kotzebue is handicap accessible with a wheelchair available upon request. For ranger lead programs there are listening devices available for anyone needing auditory assistance. Any visitor requiring an American Sign Language interpreter must request those services at least 10 days before the event to allow the National Park Service enough time to prepare the necessary services.