• Sitka National Historical Park Visitor Center Mountains

    Sitka

    National Historical Park Alaska

Support Your Park

America's National Parks are made possible by the people who support them through a variety of contributions! You can support Sitka National Historical Park in a number of different ways.

 
A volunteer removes invasive plants from the park

A volunteer works on invasive species removal

NPS / Katy Kildee

Become a Volunteer

The Volunteers in Parks (VIP) program is open to people of all ages, from high school students to retirees. These volunteers are vital to park operations, putting in hundreds of hours of work each year in exchange for the experience of a lifetime and to help support the National Park in a meaningful and experiential way.

Check out the Volunteers in Parks program.

 
Visitors enjoy Totem Hall

Your donation dollars help to improve park facilities and operations

NPS / Katy Kildee

Make a Donation

You can make a gift to benefit the park either directly, or through our non-profit partner, Alaska Geographic. Financial donations are always greatly appreciated and go towards the continuously needed improvements, maintenance, and operations of our National Park.

 
Practicing Leave No Trace principles can help preserve natural resources like native species.

Practicing Leave No Trace ethics can help preserve our natural resources

NPS / Katy Kildee

Leave No Trace

Being a safe and responsible park user is one of the best ways to support your National Park, and the Leave No Trace principles make it easy to minimize your impact. Through research, education, and outreach, the Leave No Trace program promotes greater appreciation and preservation of America's public lands for future generations.

Did You Know?

Photograph of a brown bear

Brown and grizzly bears are classified as the same species. Brown bears found inland and in northern habitats are often called “grizzlies” while “brown bear” is used to refer to animals found in coastal areas.