Reserving Campgrounds and Bus TripsCampground reservations and bus tickets are sold by our concessioner, Doyon/ARAMARK Joint Venture (JV). Reservations for a given summer can be made as early as December 1 of the year before your visit.
Lost and Found
If you lost an item at the park, whether on a bus, a trail or a building, it will eventually make its way to a central lost and found repository, which is managed by our concessionaire, Doyon/Aramark Joint Venture.
You can look up whether or not your item has been found, using a third-party service.
Ways to Contact Denali National Park
Email UsSend us an email! (Please note, as mentioned above: Questions about new or existing campground reservations or bus reservations should be sent to the concessionaire, Doyon/ARAMARK Joint Venture)
Phone / Fax Numbers
|Number||Purpose & Details|
|907-683-9532||Park information. Monitored 7 days a week, 9 am to 4 pm Alaska time (which is 4 hours behind Eastern time)|
|907-683-2294||Our switchboard. Call for specific business or to find a specific employee. Please do not call this number to ask trip-planning questions.|
|907-683-9649||Teletype for the deaf/hearing impaired (TTY)|
|907-733-2231||Walter Harper Talkeetna Ranger Station. Mountaineering questions|
|907-683-9612||General fax number for the park.|
General information / business mail:Denali National Park
P.O. Box 9
Denali Park, AK 99755-0009
Walter Harper Talkeetna Ranger Station
Talkeetna, AK 99676
911 For All Emergencies
For life and safety emergencies: Dial 911.
If you're traveling somewhere without phone reception, you must be prepared to self-rescue and to be self-sufficient. Contact the park you're planning to visit to learn more about staying safe in wild lands.
Requesting National Park Service Help
To report a missing or overdue person traveling on national park lands in Alaska, or to request assistance from the National Park Service, call:
833-477-9357 (toll-free, USA only)
907-683-2276 (local Alaska number, also works for international callers)
You can help protect our treasured National Park Service (NPS) sites. If you see something suspicious in any NPS location, or if you have information that could aid an investigation, stay safe and tell us about it. Talk to any NPS employee for help in reporting suspicious activity
Call or text the tip line: 888-653-0009 (toll-free, USA only)