10 Lesser-Known State Parks In Alaska That Will Absolutely Amaze You

The State of Alaska maintains 120 state parks including recreation areas and historic parks. Those around Alaska’s most accessible mountains and glaciers are frequented by many travelers and locals year-round. But some of the parks are a little more remote, and they don’t receive as much attention from the public. Here are some of these lesser-known Alaska State Parks, protecting beautiful parts of Alaska’s wildland. These are a litle off the beaten path, but they are definitely worth the journey. Visit these absurdly gorgeous, lesser-known state parks in Alaska.

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More information on Alaska State Parks here.

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