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Discover the remote landscapes of Cape Krusenstern National Monument, Noatak National Preserve, and Kobuk Valley National Park. These parks are home to wide open spaces, unique plants and animals, the midnight sun, the northern lights, subsistence culture, and 9,000 years of human history.


Junior Rangers of Kobuk Valley

Even though it's remote, Kobuk Valley has a thriving Junior Ranger program, primarily made up of kids from the local Eskimo village of Kotzebue. Join us for a glimpse of some of our many programs.

Students from "The Ranger Report" pose with bear puppets and skulls
Students, Park Rangers, and community members work together each week to create a new episode of "The Ranger Report"

NPS/Julia Schock

The National Park Service is working with students from the Photojournalism Club at Kotzebue Middle High School in Kotzebue, Alaska, to create a weekly news report. These videos cover a wide range of topics such as natural resources, subsistence, cultural resources, wildlife, safety in the wilderness, career exploration, and more. Download the video each week and show it to your classroom!
Girl holds park sign up at the Great Kobuk Sand Dunes
A visitor holds up her park sign as she visits the Great Kobuk Sand Dunes.

NPS Photo/Linda Jeschke

Video Postcards from Visitors
At Kobuk Valley National Park, we encourage visitors to take their "mobile park sign" to their favorite place in the park and make a video postcard to commemorate their experience. Check out the videos that our visitors have made and learn how to submit your video postcard to our website.

Audio Described Videos

Audio described versions of Kobuk Valley National Park's videos can be found on the Videos with Audio Description page.

Last updated: October 19, 2017

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PO Box 1029
Kotzebue, AK 99752


(907) 442-3890

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