Kobuk Valley is a very dog-friendly National Park that's open to the public, meaning you can visit any time for free. Native Alaskans know that one of the best ways to reach the place during the winter is by assembling a team of sled dogs and mushing over to the park grounds, which are incredibly spacious. You can engage in a number of activities with your dog at the Kobuk Valley National Park; camping, mushing, flightseeing, wildlife watching, and skijoring are just a few of the things that pet parents can do with their canine comrade. You'll largely be responsible for your own safety, but you, your pet, and your group (if you're traveling with one) should be fine so long as you all keep cool and stay vigilant.
There is lots to do at the Kobuk Valley National Park and you can do most of it for little to no cost, so we feel that the park is a must visit locale for dog enthusiasts who've got a bit of wanderlust. It's truly one of the last wildlands of America - a place that's been relatively untouched by industrialization or urbanization. As such, please be conscientious of the valley's native flora and fauna; do your best to keep track of any nondisposable waste that you or your dog may produce and try not to disturb any of the other creatures that call Kobuk Valley home.