希利是距离德纳里国家公园和自然保护区最近、设备齐全、常年开放的社区 ， 这里有无数的宾馆和活动项目等待公园游客和阿拉斯加内陆高速公路旅行者的光临。
德纳里国家公园和自然保护区 是沿着阿拉斯加内陆乔治帕克斯高速公路建立的 ， 而希利就位于该公园出口北部 11 英里处。在 20 世纪早期的初建之时，希利是煤城，如今，希利 1,025 位居民中大多数人还依赖附近的尤斯百利煤矿为生。旅游业是这个城镇的第二大产业，希利建有若干个餐厅、旅馆、汽车旅馆和宾馆，还有几家空中美景服务提供商，为游客们提供麦金利山观光之旅服务。
希利北部、高速公路西侧是历史上著名的斯坦姆彼得小路 ， 曾经是于 20 世纪 30 年代为斯坦姆彼得矿修建的 ， 这个矿曾经是阿拉斯加首屈一指的锑矿。该矿于 1970 年停止运营，自 1980 年起废弃的厂房和其他建筑物就已划入德纳里国家公园和自然保护区的拓展界限内。现在这条小路依然比较崎岖，主要是深冬时节雪地摩托车手、赶狗拉雪橇的人和滑雪者使用，此时更便利一些。这条天然小路并未得到夏季游客的垂青，因为夏季游客往往都想欣赏费尔班克斯市的公交车，因为乔恩·科莱考尔 1977 年最畅销书的主角克里斯多夫·麦肯迪尼斯就是来到野外自生自灭的。来到希利的游客可安排全地形车之旅，欣赏麦金利山和苏华奇河、特克拉妮卡河的壮丽景色。
Several bus tours that follow the Park Road are available to visitors of Denali National Park and Preserve. The commercial tours are geared to viewing wildlife or venture the length of the road to Kantishna, where interpretive programs, gold panning or lunch awaits passengers.
Denali Visitor Center
Opened in 2005, the Denali Visitor Center is 14,000-sq-foot facility to dedicated to a better understand of Denali National Park and Preserve. On the first floor are exhibits devoted to the area's natural and human history and a theater whose movies provide video glimpse of the park's wildlife and scenery. On the second floor is a giant table-top relief map that leaves no doubt in anybody's mind how rugged the national park is.
Eielson Visitor Center
Located at Mile 66 of the Park Road, Eielson Visitor Center is Denali National Park's newest and most impressive interpretive center. The 7400-square-foot facility was opened in 2008 and features exhibits on the natural history of the region, a massive model of Denali and huge viewing windows to see North America's highest peak.
From airstrips in and around the park, charter air companies offer flightseeing tours that usually include flying around Denali and possibly landing on one of its glaciers. Flights are offered in either small bush planes or helicopters.
It possible to rent mountain bikes outside of the entrance to Denali National Park and Preserve and use them to ride the gravel Park Road to enjoy the views of Denali or look for wildlife.
Murie Science and Learning Center
Murie Science & Learning Center in Denali National Park features fascinating hands-on exhibits as well as a display on research currently taking place in the park. The staff stages nature-related programs throughout the week during the summer.
The Nenana River is the most popular white water rafting area in Alaska. The river's main whitewater begins near the entrance of Denali National Park and extends 10 miles north to Healy. Here outfitters offer raft trips that include Class III rapids, standing waves, and holes in sheer-sided canyons. More milder raft trips are run in the river south of the park entrance.
Denali National Park is the only national park in the country where rangers conduct winter patrols via dog team. During the summer, the huskies are enjoyed during the park's free daily tours of the sled-dog kennels. Tours end with teams being spirited down a trail pulling a specially-designed wheeled cart.
Built in the 1930s, most of this former mining route lies in to Denali National Park and Preserve. Today the trail is a rugged track used primarily by snowmobilers, mushers and skiers in late winter, when travel is easier. But the wilderness trail does draw a number of summer visitors who want to view the Fairbanks City bus where Chris McCandless, the subject of John Krakauer's 1997 bestseller Into The Wild, lived and died.
Usibelli Coal Company
Connected to the Parks Highway by Healy Spur Road, Usibelli Coal Company (www.usibelli.com) conducts daily one-hour tours throughout the summer. Guests visit its quality-control office, main shop, warehouse, coal hopper and crusher.
Denali National Park is home to 40 species of mammals and 167 varieties of birds. What most visitors want to view are moose, caribou, mountain sheep wolves and bears. It's possible to see them all on the park's shuttle buses that carry wildlife watchers, hikers and backpackers along the 92-mile-long Park Road that winds through the heart of this amazing wilderness.