Events celebrating the National Park Service Centennial in 2016.
There are at least 38 glaciers which flow from the Harding Icefield. 12 of these glaciers terminate within park boundaries.
The coast of Kenai Fjords National Park stretches for 545 stern and rocky miles.
Stretching for 700 square miles, the ice field is the central feature of Kenai Fjords National Park.
Exit Glacier is the primary destination for visitors to witness up close the power of the glaciers. It is also the home to the Exit Glacier Nature Center and the trail head for the Harding Icefield Trail.
Photos of the rich flora of Kenai Fjords.
Kenai Fjords is home to wildlife of all shapes and sizes, from the mammoth humpback whale, to the hoary marmot in its high meadows.
Bald eagles are one of most commonly seen inhabitants of Kenai Fjords.
Living its life between the crash of the waves, this iconic shorebird spends its days feeding in the rich intertidal zone.
Kenai Fjords National Park is home to both tufted and horned puffins.
Described as "soft gold" by the Russian fur-trappers, these marine mammals are an iconic part of the Alaskan landscape.
PO Box 1727
General park information. The phone is answered Monday - Friday (8am - 5pm), except holidays. During the summer, the visitor center is available every day.