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Kenai Fjords National Park


All land and waters within Kenai Fjords National Park are closed to hunting and trapping. An Alaska state fishing license is required. At Exit Glacier. dogs are allowed only in the parking lot; they are not permitted on any of the area?s trails. In the rest of the park, dogs must be on a leash no longer than 6 feet. No overnight parking is allowed in the Exit Glacier parking lot. Campers in the tents-only campground must camp in one of the 1 0 established sites; there is no overflow camping. Sleeping in vehicles is prohibited. To minimize bear encounters, cooking is permitted only at the central cooking area. Food must be secured out of sight in vehicles or hung securely from the bear line provided. Elsewhere in the park, cook. eat, and store food at least 200 feet from sleeping areas. Hang food at least 15 feet high and between 2 trees when possible.

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