In order from largest to smallest, the seven national parks in Alaska are: Wrangell-St. Elias, Gates of the Arctic, Denali, Katmai, Glacier Bay, Lake Clark and Kobuk Valley.
The nation's largest park, Wrangell-St. Elias, has a total area of 87,264 square miles.
National parks are scattered in all corners of the country's 49th state. They feature sand dunes at Kobuk Valley, volcanoes at Lake Clark, glaciers at Wrangell-St. Elias and wild animals, such as brown bears, at Katmai.
Aside from their noteworthy size, Alaskan parks include Denali, the continent's highest mountain; St. Elias, the country's second tallest peak; and concentrated geographical diversity, such as rivers, mountains and volcanoes at Lake Clark.
Other Largest National Parks
Three of the 10 largest national parks are located outside of Alaska: Death Valley, located on the border between California and Nevada; Yellowstone, split between Wyoming, Montana and Idaho; and Everglades, located in Florida.