Trek the popular Tony Knowles Coastal Trails and observe indigenous Alaskan wildlife, like caribou, mountain goats, and Dall sheep in their natural habitat. Or people watch at Westchester Lagoon, a buzzed about spot where many locals hang out to skate, ski, or roast marshmallows.
Spanning six million acres, this national park encompasses forest, mountains, and wild animals like caribou and grizzly bears. Enjoy the natural landscape to camp, hike, gaze at the Northern Lights, and more.
With more than 200 acres of habitats, the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center provides sanctuary for injured or orphaned animals, like foxes, owls, porcupines, and reindeer. During certain tours, visitors are allowed to feed some of the animals.