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There is no admission fee to enter Pioneer Park. Feel free to come to the Park and experience a self-guided tour of our artifacts, buildings and grounds! You can also enjoy the playground and Bear Art Gallery at no cost! Some museums and activities charge a nominal fee.
During the Summer season (Memorial Day weekend in May through Labor Day in September) Pioneer Park is open seven days per week from 12:00 pm - 8:00 pm, and offers picnic shelter rentals, shops featuring local artisans, restaurants, museums and community events.
The Alaska Salmon Bake is open daily during the Summer season from 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm for dinner and the Palace Theater offers a daily show at 8:15 pm.
Winter season hours are daily from 6:00 am - midnight and provides the opportunity for self-guided tours of artifacts, buildings and grounds as well as special events.
Yes, leashed pets are welcome at Pioneer Park! We ask that you clean up after your pet by using the Park provided bags deposited into the designated disposal recepticals!
Self contained recreational vehicles are welcome at Pioneer Park in the designated parking areas at a cost of $12.00 per night. Camping is dry camping only as there are no hookups (sewer, electric etc.) available.
A potable water station is available during the Summer season (May-September) at no cost.
No advance reservations accepted-all use is on a first come first serve basis.
Payment can be made on site via the fee payment posts on the East and West end of the main parking lot by using cash into the provided fee payment envelope deposited into the fee payment post or online using a credit/debit card by selecting the number of nights you would like to pay and entering your card information.