Copper Center Visitor Center
Copper Center Visitor Center Complex
Located 10 miles south from the intersection of the Glenn Highway and the Richardson Highway, the Copper Center Visitor Center Complex is the place to start your visit to the park. The campus-like setting includes: a visitor center, a bookstore, an exhibit hall, a theater, restrooms, picnic tables and a picnic shelter, an amphitheater, the Ahtna Cultural Center, scenic overlooks and short hiking trails. Also, the park administration and business offices are located nearby.
Visitor Center Building(907) 822-7250
Enjoy the exhibits, shop in the bookstore, gather park and area information, conduct backcountry trip planning, and view the large 3-D interactive map display. Park rangers provide guided talks and walks daily during the summer months. Subsistence fishing and hunting permits are also available. The park film is played in the Theater building. Information about the trails that depart from the visitor center can be found on the Copper Center Area Trails webpage.
center gate is locked at closing time (Summer 6:00 pm). No overnight parking is permitted.
Ahtna Cultural Center
Last updated: August 23, 2017