Are you ready to explore the wild side of Alaska? The state is filled with opportunities to see wildlife in its natural habitat. From grizzly bears and moose to salmon, pandas, puffins, and penguins, there’s an animal for every tourist in Alaska (and some you may not have heard of before).
National parks are some of the most amazing places in the world. Each park is unique, with its own natural wonders, activities, and wildlife. National parks cover a wide variety of environments, from the desert canyons of Utah to the wooded hills of New Hampshire. A national park is a reserve of land — either public or private — that has been designated as having outstanding natural, cultural or other significant features. The aim is to protect these areas and leave them unspoiled for visitors to explore and appreciate. These are some of the best national parks for kids in Alaska
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