The National Park Service Alaska Regional Park Office is based in Anchorage. The employees in this office support the management of the 15 national parks, preserves, monuments and national historical parks in Alaska, as well as the 13 national wild rivers, two affiliated areas and a national heritage area in the state. Alaska is also home to 50 National Historic Landmarks and 16 National Natural Landmarks.

As stewards of these vast resources and partners with others involved in conservation efforts, Park Service employees also work closely with communities to extend the benefits of national parks and NPS programs. We’ve been involved in designing sustainable trails, working in schools, providing technical expertise in historic building restoration, and many more activities. Together with the Park Service staff based in or near each park, we work to carry out the National Park Service's mission.


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Do Business With Us

Find information on providing commercial services and more in Alaska's parks.

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What We Do

Find an office within the Alaska Region.

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Alaska's Parklands

Discover Alaska's parks, preserves, monuments and more, and learn about the people, places, and stories of this vast state.

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Contact Us

Need to get in touch? Here's how to reach the Alaska Regional Office and employees.

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Alaska Park Science

Alaska Park Science is a journal that shares what scientists are learning by studying national parks in Alaska.

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Find out what's going on in the Alaska Regional Office.

Last updated: February 11, 2021