One of the most iconic Alaskan locations is Denali National Park & Preserve. The park features 6 million acres of wild tundra and mountains that give excellent chances to see wildlife and get the real Alaskan experience. With some pre-planning, you can add a trip to the highest mountain in North Amercia to your RV itinerary.
There are some nominal fees associated with accessing a National Park. The fee structure for Denali is:
The tour busses within the park also charge the following fees:
|Destination/Service||Adult (16 and older)||Children (15 and younger)|
|Natural History Tour||$69.50||$34.75|
|Tundra Wilderness Tour||$118.50||$59.25|
|Teklanika Tundra Wilderness Tour||$76.50||$38.25|
|Windows into the Wilderness Tour||$99.25||$49.50|
|Kantishna Experience Tour||$165||$82.50|
There is only one campground within the park, Riley Creek at mile 0.4 Denali Park Road. It fills up very quickly in the summer and reservations are recommended. If you are willing to stay outside of the actual park, you have a few more options:
The best piece of advice is plan ahead and make reservations as early as possible.
Look no further than ABC Motorhome & Car Rentals for your motorhome or truck camper rental. We’ve been serving Alaska and its visitors since 1985 with top-notch customer service. Contact us at 907-279-2000 or 800-421-7456 for details, or make a reservation online.