There are 13 Wild and Scenic Rivers managed by the National Park Service in Alaska, including the Alagnak Wild River, which originates within the rugged Aleutian Range of neighboring Katmai National Park and Preserve. Learn more about the NPS Wild and Scenic Rivers Program, or explore the map below to see all the Wild and Scenic Rivers in Alaska.
Rivers are shown in blue, orange, and green: The NPS Wild and Scenic Rivers program has various responsibilities for these rivers; find more information by selecting each river or reviewing the list below.
- Blue - designated national wild and scenic rivers where NPS has a role.
- Orange - Congressionally authorized wild and scenic study rivers where NPS has a role.
- Green - rivers in national park units with enabling legislation provisions similar to those on national wild and scenic rivers.