Human Use

A musher in the preserve.

NPS Photo by Susan Holly

 
The preserve contains evidence of some of North America's earliest human inhabitants. Many current residents of the area still practice a traditional and customary subsistence lifestyle, which is an integral element of the preserve.
 
Spell of the Yukon
The allure of the North attracts visitors who want to connect to the historic and natural resources of the area. The area's history of rugged individualism is manifest in the cabins, relic buildings, and the lifestyles of the local people.

Yukon River Travelers
Visitors are drawn by the size and scope of the Yukon River; these include summer floaters and winter mushers. They enjoy the bush lifestyle and history of human use embedded in the landscape.

Subsistence
The preserve provides habitat that supports fish, wildlife, and plants important to subsistence activities.

Sport Hunting, Trapping, and Fishing
The preserve affords opportunities for sport hunting, trapping, and fishing in a remote, uncrowded setting dominated by natural processes.

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 167
Eagle, AK 99738

Phone:

(907) 547-2233
This is a summer seasonal phone that will be answered from June 1 - September 30. From October 1 to May 31, please contact the Alaska Public Lands Information Center in Fairbanks, Alaska at (907) 459-3730.

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