Gates of the Arctic Dog Policy
Gates of the Arctic National Park is Dog Friendly
Gates of the Arctic is the furthest north National Park in the United States. The park is largely untouchd wilderness where the only residents have been living off the land for thousands of years, and does not include any roads or official park trails. There are a number of rivers that cut through the wilderness, and a variety of wildlife. In particular, there are large caribou herds which migrate through the park.
Gates of the Arctic is dog friendly, as you can take a dog into the park while on a leash. However, there are no roads to the park, nor any trails in the park. There are also no established campgrounds or campsites.
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- 11756 mi2
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