Ways to Contact Wrangell-St. Elias National Park
Wrangell-St. Elias National Park And Preserve
P.O. Box 439
Copper Center, AK 99573
(907) 822-5234 Park Headquarters
(907) 822-7250 Main Visitor Center
Before you send your message, park staff are available to promptly respond to your email, but please browse through this website (the Plan Your Visit section is very useful) and check out our Frequently Asked Questions before submitting your message. We receive a lot of emails requesting information that is easily available through our website. Online, you will find much more material than we could ever send you through the mail. Official park maps, trip planning information, natural history fact sheets, videos, and hundreds of downloadable photos are all available to you with just a few clicks. If you would like an information packet be mailed to you, please be sure to include your name and mailing address. firstname.lastname@example.org
Emergencies within National Parks in Alaska
Dial 911 For All Emergencies
If you're traveling somewhere without phone reception, you must be prepared to self-rescue and to be self-
sufficient. Contact the park you're planning to visit to learn more about staying safe in wild lands.
To report a missing or overdue person traveling on national park lands in Alaska, or to request emergency
assistance from the National Park Service, call:
- 833-477-9357 (toll-free, USA only)
- 907-683-2276 (local Alaska number, also works for international callers)
You can help protect our treasured National Park Service (NPS) sites. If you see something suspicious in
any NPS location, or if you have information that could aid an investigation, stay safe and tell us about it.
Talk to any NPS employee for help in reporting suspicious activity
- Call or text the tip line: 888-653-0009 (toll-free, USA only)
The National Park Service is committed to providing high-quality customer service. We welcome your comments and suggestions.
Last updated: August 10, 2022