Does it cost money to visit public lands in Alaska?


Some of Alaska's public lands do have entrance fees and those fee amounts can usually be found on the website of each individual park or refuge that you're interested in visiting. There are also some fees associated with camping, cabin rental, concessionaires, and tours. Its also worth considering the cost of reaching the park, especially if you're planning a trip to one of the more remote public land units in Alaska where the only access option may be private air charters. If interested in other special use activities such as mountaineering or commercial filming, special use permits may need to be acquired as well.