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History of Denali Park

Creation of Denali National Park and Preserve Charles Sheldon was a hunter and naturalist attracted to Denali specifically by Dall sheep. He had traveled the

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Savage River

A Window to Mt. McKinley Savage River Campground is located at mile 13 on the Park Road. It is the smallest of the three vehicle-accessible

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Eielson Visitors Center

In the shadow of Mt. McKinley Since 1934, some kind of visitor facility has existed along Eielson Bluffs. The first facility was a tent camp

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Denali Park Road Videos

Videos and Photos of Locations Denali Visitors Center Savage River Polychrome Pass Reflection Pond Wonder Lake Eielson Visitors Center

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Denali Park Visitors Center

The Denali Visitor Center is the main National Park Service welcome and information center. Surrounding facilities include a restaurant, bookstore/gift shop, bag check, bus stop

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The Denali Park Road is closed at Mile 43 and beyond. Due to this road closure, Kantishna Wilderness Trails is not in operation. To learn more about our fly-in backcountry lodge deep in Denali National Park and Preserve, please visit kantishnaroadhouse.com.

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