Maps

 

The map above features a selector in the upper left, letting you flip between an interactive webmap and the map featured in the park's official brochure. For visitors looking for their own copy, the park's official brochure is available at park visitor centers, the administrative office, on a ranger-narrarated tour boat, or by contacting us.

The maps on this website are for trip planning purposes only. They should not be used for navigation or backpacking. Use a navigational chart and tide tables for navigation on the water. Topographic maps of the park, such as the National Geographic Trails Illustrated map (available in park bookstores) provide a broad view of the park. Various maps and guidebooks are available through Alaska Geographic or in the park bookstore.

Check out more detailed directions and learn about getting around the park.

 
Map of the Exit Glacier Area, including trails, restrooms, nature center, and parking lot, as described in the text.
Exit Glacier Area Trails

Exit Glacier

The Exit Glacier area is the only part of the park accessible by road during the summer, located about 12 miles from the Seward small boat harbor. Parking is available for automobiles and RVs, though it can be limited during midday. Shuttle and taxi service is also available. This map gives an overview of the area trails and amenities which can be found here:

 
 

Camping and Landing Beaches

Camping in the coastal fjords can be challenging. The fjords can be a harsh environment with only a few protected coves. These coves can provide an accessible area for landing or camping and are only accessible by boat, kayak, or water taxi. Using a navigational chart and tide tables is vital for navigation, trip planning and safety. Learn about Camping & Landing Beaches, detailed information about many locations, food storage lockers, and more.

 
A map of Alaska highlighting the locations of individual National Park Service units.
National Parks of Alaska

National Parks of Alaska
National Parks cover approximately 54 million acres of land in Alaska (over 60% of all land managed by the National Park Service). Find out more about the state's 23 national park units, 4 public lands information centers, and 2 Science and Learning Centers by visiting the Alaska Regional Office.

Last updated: April 11, 2018

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

PO Box 1727
Seward, AK 99664

Phone:

(907) 422-0500

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