Northwest Arctic Heritage Center
The Northwest Arctic Heritage Center is open year-round and houses a visitor’s center, museum, bookstore, and national park offices. The center offers a variety of educational programs that include Junior Ranger programs for kids, and demonstrations of Native dancing and local crafts. The museum features exhibits about the Arctic ecosystem and the Inupiat culture of Northwest Alaska.
For more information contact the Northwest Arctic Heritage Center at (907) 442-3890
LaVonne’s Fish Camp
Six miles south of Kotzebue and 20 miles north of the Arctic Circle you’ll find LaVonne’s Fish Camp. More than just an excursion, at fish camp you’ll spend time with the Native people of the area, discovering the subsistence lifestyle that has sustained them for thousands of years. Come experience a host of activities that include catching, preparing and drying fish, birdwatching, hiking, and beach combing.
Rafting and Camping
Kotzebue is surrounded on all sides by national parks and preserves. For the nature enthusiast, there is no better place from which to launch all your adventures and explorations than the Nullaġvik Hotel.
Learn more about the region’s parks and areas of interest by clicking on the links below.
- Cape Krusenstern National Monument
- Noatak National Preserve
- Selawik National Wildlife Refuge
- Kobuk Valley National Park
For more information on other activities in the area, please come see us at the front desk of the hotel.
- Explore the tundra
- Pick berries
- Experience fish camp
- Sample local dishes
For more information on other activities in the area, please come see us at the front desk of the hotel