8 Best Places To See Wildlife In Alaska

The Frontier State is one of the best places in the world to see wildlife. Many people travel to Alaska in hopes of getting glimpses of the fantastic species that reside here. 

You may also get to see other animals like puffins, sea otters, bald eagles, and more. Grizzly bears and moose often hang out around Exit Glacier.

Kenai Fjords National Park

Giant moose and foxes also roam the area, but the main reason visitors to Alaska head here is to see brown bears fishing for salmon at Brook Rivers.

Katmai National Park & Reserve

There are plenty of rivers, lakes, and campgrounds available for recreational activities like fishing, hiking, boating, biking, and kayaking.

Chugach State Park

The center is open for daily visitors and provides a great opportunity not only to see plenty of animals but also to observe them from a close distance and learn all about them.

Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center

Denali National Park is where you can see plenty of landscapes and ecosystems, ranging from verdant forests to alpine tundra and snowy mountains.

Hiking, rock climbing, and scenic driving along the river on Hot Springs Road are all favorite activities to do at Chena River State Recreation Area.

Chena River State Recreation Area

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