When you visit Denali National Park and Preserve, you’ll become immersed in a wonderland of six million acres of enchanting wilderness, alpine tundras, and snow-capped mountains. Located in Interior Alaska, this national treasure is home to the highest peak in North America, Denali, which towers over the stunning landscape at just over 20,000 feet. While visiting Denali, you'll have a tranquil experience and feel one with nature. Animals like brown bears, caribou, and beavers roam freely across the landscape where 1,500 species of beautiful native flora dot the terrain.
Denali National Park, decorated by the Alaska Range, glistening glaciers, crystal-clear rivers, and green forests, is unlike any other national park in the United States. Denali National Park and Preserve has long, cold winters, providing a winter wonderland for wildlife as well as guests. While summers are short, they are mild and comfortable, making it a perfect time to visit the park with your RV.
An RV trip to Denali National Park is a perfect way to experience the great outdoors. Brave explorers can conquer the highest mountain in North America, while birding enthusiasts can spot majestic species from the Arctic warbler to the golden eagle. You can hike through lush forests, idyllic valleys, and snowy mountains, or you can go backpacking through the serene Savage River.
Besides the magnificent views of Denali Peak, this national park is home to a diverse landscape filled with wondrous natural attractions. You won’t want to miss a hike on Mt. Healy Overlook Trail offering stunning views of the Nenana Valley. The Horseshoe Lake Trail is a trek of tranquility where you will be in awe of a beautiful lake and beaver dams. Stop by adjacent Denali State Park for more activities.
No matter what brings you to the spectacular scenery of Denali National Park, an RV provides the best way to soak in everything this serene wilderness has to offer.