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Arctic Interagency Visitor Center

Visitor Center Summer Services

 A student intern works with children
 Staff, volunteers and interns can help create teachable moments.

  • Dalton Highway road conditions, visitor services, 
    and facilities
  • Exhibits and films
  • Interpretive presentations and guided walks
  • Educational discovery packs for loan to families
  • Educational programs for groups (arrange in advance)
  • Trip planning assistance, maps, and brochures
  • Hunting and fishing information
  • Backcountry orientation and bear barrel loans
  • Backcountry registration for Gates of the Arctic National Park visitors
  • Alaska Geographic Association bookstore (AGA members receive a 15% discount)

Summer Programs

Join our staff at 8 p.m. every evening for an inside look at the natural world and unique history of Alaska’s Arctic. Call the visitor center at 907-678-5209 for the latest schedule.

 volunteers for Adopt-A-Highway litter pickup in Coldfoot 
Carlile truckers Phil Kromm, Jack Jesse, and Paul Kettrick helped collect 18 bags of trash. 
2012 Special Events

On August 17 we celebrated National Public Lands Day with a volunteer litter pick up at Coldfoot. The visitor center participates in the Adopt-a-Highway program. Drivers featured on Ice Road Truckers helped promote a litter-free Dalton Highway and dedicated two new recycling bins at the visitor center. Carlile Transportation Systems hauled the bins to Coldfoot for free -- Thanks Carlile!!


  A big rig hauls fuel on the Dalton Highway
 Truckers haul supplies and equipment to the Prudhoe Bay oilfields year-round.