Alaska's National Parks
Explore the Park Sites of the Last Frontier
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Travel to Alaska and discover 23 of the most exceptional national parks in the country – together hosting nearly three million visitors each year.
From Kenai Fjords National Park near Homer and Seward in the Kenai Mountains, to Denali National Park & Preserve closer to Fairbanks – you're all set for an incredible outdoor adventure. If you're traveling to the southeast corner of the state, closer to Juneau, don't miss Glacier Bay National Park & Preserve.
Kanai Fjords, at 670,000 acres, is massive. You'll have a wide range of things to do – boat tours of Bear Glacier, hiking through the Harding Icefield Trail, or kayaking the many waterways in the area.
The world-famous Denali National Park has its own impressive hiking trails, like Mount Healy Overlook Trail, and the Trock Creek Trail. There are also nearly 170 species of birds across Denali. If you're heading for Glacier Bay, check out the Glacier Bay Day Tour, an excellent boat trip yielding up-close views of Margerie Glacier and Grand Pacific Glacier.