Wildland Fire

smoke rises behind mountains in the Sandless Fire in Denali NP
Smoke rising from the Sandless Fire in Denali National Park & Preserve, 2013. NPS Photo

To report a wildland fire in Alaska call: 911 or 1-800-237-3633

What We Do

The NPS Fire Management staff in Alaska manage large and long-lasting fires by balancing the risks and benefits of fire. Committed to safety, science, and resource stewardship, the NPS works with the Bureau of Land Management Alaska Fire Service, State of Alaska Division of Forestry and the United States Forest Service to respond to fires as a team. NPS fire staff work with communities, local, state, federal and native organizations to ensure Alaskans and visitors are safe and our landscapes healthy.

Visit our Wildland Fire Facts to know more about our fire management program in Alaska parklands.

Below is a map of the Current Fire Locations and Perimeters. This is a live map, so data changes as new fires occur, grow or are declared out. Data for this map is provided by BLM Alaska Fire Service.

Last updated: April 8, 2024