Denali State Park is a 325,240-acre (131,620 ha) state park in the U.S. state of Alaska. It is located in the Matanuska-Susitna Borough adjacent to the east side of Denali National Park and Preserve, along the Parks Highway.
The park is undeveloped wilderness with the exception of the two day-use areas, three campgrounds, and two trailheads accessible from the Parks Highway.
Alaska Veterans Memorial
Denali Viewpoint South
K'esugi Ken Campground
Byers Lake Campground, near Byers Lake
Denali Viewpoint North Campground
Lower Troublesome Creek Campground
Upper Troublesome Creek Trail (closed in 2009 due to washouts caused by severe flooding)
Kesugi Ridge Trail
Little Coal Creek Trail
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