Where is Denali National Park?

Answer Denali National Park is located 120 miles south of Fairbanks and about 240 miles north of Anchorage, Alaska. You can drive, take a bus or train from either city. There is an entrance to the park fr... Read More »

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What makes Denali a national park?

U.S. national parks are typically created to preserve undeveloped wilderness areas that have unique landscapes and history. Denali National Park in Alaska is no exception. Five groups of northern A... Read More »

How much time do you need to see Denali National Park?

Alaska travel experts recommend spending between two and four nights in Denali National Park. Visitors who want to stay near the park's entrance should plan at least a two-night stay. Visitors who ... Read More »

What state is Denali National Park in?

Denali National Park, with opportunities for hiking and viewing Mount McKinley, is located in the state of Alaska about 240 miles north of the city of Anchorage and about 120 miles south of Fairban... Read More »

How was Denali National Park formed?

Denali National Park is in Alaska. Its enormous acreage includes forests, lakes, rivers, mountains and abundant wildlife. It also has the tallest mountain in the United States---Mount McKinley. Thi... Read More »