Alaska National Parks


Alagnak Wild River
Park brochure not obtained yet
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Synopsis: River provides unparalleled
opportunities to experience the wilderness of the Alaska Peninsula.
Stamp Location: Stamp is available at the visitor center in King Salmon.
Park stamp not obtained yet
Aleutian Wold War II NHA
Park brochure not obtained yet Synopsis: Located on Amaknak Island in the Aleutian Island Chain of Alaska, the fort was one of four coastal defense posts built to protect Dutch Harbor (the back door to the United States) during World War II, the fort is also highest coastal battery ever constructed in the United States.
Stamp Location: Stamp is available in the Aerology building in Unalaska.
Park stamp not obtained yet
Aniakchak NM and Preserve
Park brochure for Aniakchak NM and Preserve
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Synopsis: Ecological preserve of volcanic remains that went off as recently as 1931.
Stamp Location: There are no facilities in the remote wilderness park. Stamp is available at the visitor center in King Salmon. Contact them at 907.246.3305 for more information.
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Bering Land Bridge NPres
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Synopsis: Park is one of the most remote national park areas, located on the Seward Peninsula in northwest Alaska. The Preserve is a remnant of the land bridge that connected Asia with North America more than 13,000 years ago.
Stamp Location: Park headquarters offers information and is located in Nome. Call 907.443.2522 for specific directions. Stamp is also available at the Northwest Alaska Areas Headquarters and Information Center in Kotzebue, accessible only by air and only open Monday – Friday. You may contact them at 907.442.3890 for more information.
Park stamp not obtained yet
Cape Krusenstern NM
Park brochure for Cape Krusenstern NM
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Synopsis: Park is a treeless coastal plain dotted with sizable lagoons and backed by gently rolling limestone hills. Cape Krusenstern’s bluffs and its
series of 114 beach ridges record the changing shorelines of the Chukchi Sea over thousands of years.
Stamp Location: The stamp is available at the Northwest Alaska Areas Headquarters and Information Center in Kotzebue, accessible only by air and only open Monday – Friday. You may contact them at 907.442.3890 for more information.
Park stamp not obtained yet
Denali NP
Park brochure for Denali NP
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Synopsis: Park preserves the highest peak in North America (Denali), as well as vast regions of artic tundra and tiaga.
Stamp Location: Visitor information centers include the main center at the entrance to the park off SR 3 just south of Healy, the Eielson VC inside the park (and only accessible by shuttle bus), and the visitor infomation center at Byers Lake on SR 3. about 70 miles south of Healy.
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Gates of the Arctic NP & Pres
Park brochure for Gates of the Arctic NP & Pres
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Synopsis: Alaska’s ultimate wilderness. Park protects massive undeveloped wilderness region of superlative natural beauty and exceptional scientific value.
Stamp Location: Known locations: Coldfoot Interagency VC on the Dalton Hwy, 60 miles north of the Arctic Circle in Coldfoot and in Fairbanks at the park service office at 201 1st Ave. and the Public Lands Information Center at 250 Cushman Ave., the Anaktuvuk Pass Ranger Station (periodically unmanned) in Anaktuvuk Pass, accessible only by air and the Bettles Ranger Station/Visitor Center at the end of Ice Road off the Dalton 40 miles west of Prospect Creek. See the official page for more information.
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Glacier Bay NP & Pres
Park brochure for Glacier Bay NP & Pres
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Synopsis: Majestic scenery of glaciers and their handiwork, snow capped mountains, deep fjords and freshwater lakes make up this ecological preserve.
Stamp Location: The only visitor and contact station is at Glacier Bay Lodge 9.3 miles from Gustavus. Also, I’ve been told that rangers board cruise ships to give talks and bring the stamp with them.
Park stamp not obtained yet
Inupiat Heritage Area
Park brochure not obtained yet Synopsis: Site commemorates the contributions of Alaska Natives to the history of whaling. An affiliated area of the New Bedford Whaling NHP.
Stamp Location: At the Inupiat Heritage Center located in Barrow. Call 907.852.5494 for more information.
Park stamp not obtained yet
Katmai NP
Park brochure for Katmai NP
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Synopsis: Katmai is famous for volcanoes, brown bears, fish, and rugged wilderness and is also the site of the Brooks River National Historic Landmark with North America’s highest concentration of prehistoric human dwellings (about 900). There is plenty room for great diversity of wildlife in Katmai which encompasses millions of acres of pristine wilderness, with wild rivers and streams, rugged coastlines, broad green glacial hewn valleys, active glaciers and volcanoes, and Naknek Lake.
Stamp Location: The park has two visitor centers: the King Salmon VC (open year round) is located right next to the airport terminal in King Salmon and the Brooks Camp VC is located inside the park on Naknek Lake near the mouth of Brooks River, 30 air miles from King Salmon.
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Kenai Fjords NP
Park brochure for Kenai Fjords NP
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Synopsis: The park is a pristine and rugged land supporting many unaltered natural environments and ecosystems including long fjords and a mountain range rising up one mile above the coast.
Stamp Location: The park has two visitor contact stations accesible by road: The visitor center along SR 9 south of Seward, and the ranger station inside the park at the end of Exit Glacier Rd off SR 9 in Seward. There is also the Aialik Bay Ranger Station in Aialik Bay, but it is only accessible by boat.
Park stamp not obtained yet
Klondike Gold Rush NHP – Skagway Unit
Park brochure for Klondike Gold Rush NHP - Skagway Unit
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Synopsis: The park celebrates the Klondike Gold Rush of 1897-98 through 15 restored buildings within the Skagway Historic District. The park also administers the Chilkoot Trail and a small portion of the White Pass Trail.
Stamp Location: The units visitor center is located at 2nd & Broadway (at the bottom of Main St. where boats unload) in Skagway. See also Washington for the Seattle Unit.
Park stamp not obtained yet
Kobuk Valley NP
Park brochure for Kobuk Valley NP
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Synopsis: The park is encircled by the Baird and Waring mountain ranges. The park povides protection for several important geographic features, including the central portion of the Kobuk River, the 25-sqaure-mile Great Kobuk Sand Dunes, and the Little Kobuk and Hunt River dunes.
Stamp Location: The Northwest Alaska Areas Headquarters and Information Center is in Kotzebue, accessible only by air and only open Monday – Friday. You may contact them at 907.442.3890 for more information.
Park stamp not obtained yet
Lake Clark NP & Pres
Park brochure for Lake Clark NP & Pres
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Synopsis: Lake Clark National Park and Preserve is a composite of ecosystems representative of many regions of Alaska.
Stamp Location: The NP field headquarters is located in Port Alsworth, accessible only by air. The stamp is also available from the parks headquarters located at 4230 University Dr in Anchorage, and Alaska Pacific Univeristy at Grace Hall.
Park stamp not obtained yet
Noatak NPres
Park brochure for Noatak NPres
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Synopsis: As one of North America’s largest mountain-ringed river basins with an intact ecosystem, the Noatak River environs features some of the Arctic’s finest arrays of plants and animals.
Stamp Location: The Northwest Alaska Areas Headquarters and Information Center is in Kotzebue, accessible only by air and only open Monday – Friday. You may contact them at 907.442.3890 for more information.
Park stamp not obtained yet
Sitka NHP
Park brochure for Sitka NHP
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Synopsis: Park commemorates the 1804 Battle of Sitka, the last major conflict between Europeans and Alaska Natives. Park is the oldest NPS site in the state.
Stamp Location: The parks visitor center is located at the end of Lincoln St, just east of downtown Sitka. Stamp may also be obtained at the Russian Bishop’s House on the corner of Lincoln┬áSt. & Monastery Sts.
Park stamp not obtained yet
Wrangell-St Elias NP & Pres
Park brochure for Wrangell-St Elias NP & Pres
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Synopsis: At over 13 million acres, the park is the largest in the park system, and argest assemblage of glaciers and the greatest collection of peaks above 16,000 feet. Mount St. Elias, at 18,008′, is the second highest peak in the U.S.
Stamp Location: Stamp is available at the District Ranger Station south of SR 1 on Nabesna Rd in Slana, the park headquarters and main visitor center on the old Richardson Hwy (mm 105.5) north of Cooper Center, at the District Ranger Station in Chitna and the information kiosk in Kennecott. There is also a seasonally open ranger station in at Yakutat south of the park, accessible only by air or boat.
Park stamp not obtained yet
Yukon-Charley Rivers NPres
Park brochure for Yukon-Charley Rivers NPres
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Synopsis: Preserve protects 115 miles of the 1,800-mile Yukon River and the entire Charley River basin.
Stamp Location: Stamp is available at the park headquarters in Eagle off SR 5 (the Taylor Hwy) and at the NPS office in Fairbanks at 201 1st Ave.
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