Whimsical. Magical. Remote.

Bering Land Bridge National Preserve lies at the continental crossroads that greatly influenced the distribution of life in the Western Hemisphere during the Pleistocene Epoch. It is a vital landscape for indigenous communities who depend on the land just as their ancestors did for many generations. It is a wild and ecologically healthy landscape unlike any other.

A calm pool of water reflects the pink and purple hues of the sky.

Getting to the preserve

There are no roads that lead to the preserve. The biggest determining factor is transportation.

A red cabin surrounded by greenery and knolls.

Serpentine Hot Springs

The most commonly visited area of the preserve is the Serpentine Hot Springs area. Visit page for GPS coordinate, bunkhouse amenities, etc.

Two men in small room with yellow walls, several cots, and cooking paraphernalia.

Bunkhouse Amenities

Supplies and equipment found inside the bunkhouse.

Last updated: May 17, 2019

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 220

Nome, AK 99762


(800) 471-2352

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