The entrance to the park is the George Parks Highway. Denali park is north of Anchorage and south of Fairbanks.
The Alaska Railroad provides daily service to the park from both Anchorage and Fairbanks. Located inside the park are the visitor center, a post office, a general store, a train depot and campgrounds. Campground and backcountry camping registration is done at the visitors center. The sled dog kennel is located near the park entrance area. Park rangers use the sled dogs to patrol the park. Dog sledding demonstrations are held in the summer time daily. There is a bus shuttle service provided within the park.
The Park contains the highest mountain in North America, Mt. McKinley which is 20,320 ft high.
Wildlife are abundant here. Dall sheep are often seen on Primrose Ridge. These sheep prefer the steep cliffs. Other Alaskan wildlife include: Grizzly bears and wolves. Sable pass is Grizzly territory so off road hiking is prohibited in this area. Polychrome Pass is a good place to observe Wolves. Caribou are usually seen around the Highway Pass area at Mile 58.