a group of 17 people stand near a colorfully painted wall
The Alaska Leadership Council 2017. Front Row:  Susanne Fleek-Green, Jeanette Koelsch, Mike Tranel, Adrienne Fleek, Don Striker, Greg Dudgeon
Middle Row:  Deb Cooper, Leigh Welling, Christina Caswell
Back Row:  David Elkowitz, Mark Sturm, Ben Bobowski, Bert Frost, Eric Veach, John Quinley, Joel Hard

Park superintendents and their staff are based in or close to the park areas they manage, with additional regional management and technical program staff located in Anchorage. The National Park Service also manages visitor centers in Anchorage and Fairbanks, which can provide a wide range of information on national parks and other public lands. For information on getting in touch with park staff, please visit the Contact Us page.

two park visitors speak to a park employee while sitting outside the visitors center of Denali NP

Compendiums, as part of the park-related regulations, help provide for the enjoyment, use and protection of our national parks.

a park ranger speaks to visitors in Katmai National Park
Park Regulations

Learn about the rules and regulations that help us protect park resources and provide visitors with a safe and enjoyable experience.

Park staff at Wrangell St-Elias NP&P participate in a wilderness character workshop
Park Planning

The Park Service plans for one purpose - to ensure that the decisions it makes will be carried out effectively and efficiently.

concessionaire groups load equipment onto planes in Lake Clark National Park

If your business is interested in providing services or goods to a park in Alaska, learn more here.

Last updated: September 21, 2017