Alaska Park List

Aant' iyeik (Bypass) Fields

Located out the road past Auke Recreational Area on the uphill side. Ballfields and community garden. Aant' iyeik means "Spirit of the Land," which was chosen in respect for the native village that is located ...

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Abbott Loop Community Park

This property was developed within the boundaries of Far North Bicentennial Park. There are Little League ballfields, a multi purpose field, and a picnic ...

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Adair Kennedy Park

(Juneau's only artificial grass field) Off Mendenhall Loop Road, adjacent to Floyd Dryden School. Picnic tables, lots of grassy area, baseball field, football/soccer field, track, restrooms, and drinking fountains. This park also includes a climbing structure ...

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Admiralty Island National Monument

Welcome to Admiralty Island National Monument, USDA Forest Service, with 955,000 acres of wilderness in southeast Alaska's Tongass National Forest. Admiralty's history is rich and long. However, the island is more than a monument to the past. It is life on Admiralty today and the relationships of living forms ...

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Afognak Island State Park

Identified in 1892 as one of the nation's first conservation areas, Afognak Island was originally designated as the Afognak Forest and Fish Culture Reserve because of its outstanding wildlife and salmon habitat value. In 2001 an additional 33,498 acres were purchased through EVOS funding for habitat protection, to include ...

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Al Miller Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include picnicking. tables, walking paths, open ...

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Alagnak Wild River

With headwaters located within the rugged Aleutian Range of neighboring Katmai National Park & Preserve, the Alagnak Wild River is an exciting place to experience southwest Alaska. Meandering west towards Bristol Bay and the Bering Sea, the Alagnak meets the beautiful Alaska Peninsula, allowing visitors to experience unique wilderness, ...

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Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge

Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge was established to conserve marine mammals, seabirds and other migratory birds, and the marine resources upon which they rely. The Refuge's 3.4 million-acres include the spectacular volcanic islands of the Aleutian chain, the seabird cliffs of the remote Pribilofs, and icebound lands washed by ...

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Alaska Peninsula National Wildlife Refuge

Sandwiched between Becharof National Wildlife Refuge to the north and Izembek National Wildlife Refuge to the south, Alaska Peninsula National Wildlife Refuge presents a breathtakingly dramatic landscape made up of active volcanoes, towering mountain peaks, rolling tundra and rugged, wave-battered coastlines. As is the case with most of Alaska's ...

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Alderwood Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: Accessible play equipment for 2-5 year olds; Grill, picnic tables and bench; Nature trail links to Sunset ...

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Aleutian World War II National Historic Area

The Aleutian World War II National Historic Area encompasses the historic footprint of the U.S. Army base Fort Schwatka. Located on Amaknak Island in the Aleutian Island Chain of Alaska, the fort was one of four coastal defense posts built to protect Dutch Harbor (the back door to ...

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Anchor River State Recreation Area and Stariski State Recreation Site

The first written descriptions of the land and people of the Kenai Peninsula are found in the 1778 journals from the British sponsored expedition of Captain James Cook. According to legend, Anchor Point got its name when Captain Cook lost an anchor near the mouth of the river. Homesteading ...

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Anchorage Park Foundation

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: The Anchorage Park Foundation strives to build Healthy Parks & Healthy People by mobilizing public support and financial resources for Anchorage parks, trails, and recreation ...

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Aniakchak National Monument & Preserve

The Aniakchak Caldera, is the result of a series of eruptions, the last in 1931. Given its remote location and notoriously bad weather, Aniakchak is one of the least visited units of the National Park System. A vibrant reminder of Alaska's location in the volcanically active "Ring of Fire," ...

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Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

Renowned for its wildlife, Arctic Refuge is inhabited by 45 species of land and marine mammals, ranging from the pygmy shrew to the bowhead whale. Best known are the polar, grizzly, and black bear; wolf, wolverine, Dall sheep, moose, muskox, and the animal that has come to symbolize the ...

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Arctic/Benson Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: Play equipment for 2 to 5 year olds; Picnic tables; Large open play field; Volunteer-maintained flower ...

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Aurora Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include picnicking. area, grill, and a ...

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Balto Seppala Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include picnicking. tables; Play equipment for 2-5 year olds; Sledding hill; Two soccer fields; Portable restrooms available from May through August; parking ...

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Bancroft Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: Accessible play equipment for 3-5 year olds; Picnic tables; Little League ball field; Campbell Creek flows through the park; Located in Campbell Creek Greenbelt; Campbell Creek trail ...

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Baranof Castle Hill State Historic Site

Located in downtown Sitka and commonly referred to as Castle Hill, Baranof Castle Hill State Historic Park is one of the most historically significant sites in Alaska. Tlingit natives originally inhabited this area and built a strategic fortification at this site. A fully accessible walkway leads visitors to the ...

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Baranof Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: BBQ Grilll; Landscaped Area; Picnic Area; and ...

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Barbara Street Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: Accessible play equipment for 2-5 year olds; Small play area midway through the park; Benches; Trail is lit for year round use; Access to Fish Creek ...

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Beaver Creek National Wild and Scenic River

Beaver Creek National Wild River has its headwaters in the White Mountains, approximately 50 miles north of Fairbanks, Alaska. The river flows west past the jagged limestone ridges of the White Mountains before flowing to the north and east, where it enters the Yukon Flats and joins the Yukon ...

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Becharof National Wildlife Refuge

Becharof National Wildlife Refuge is a land of contrasts. From its rugged coastline to the 4,835-foot summit of the Mt. Peulik volcano (the name is taken from an Alaska Native word meaning "smoking," or "smoking mountain"), it includes everything from tundra to braided, glacier-fed rivers to saw-toothed mountain ranges. ...

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Begich, Boggs Visitor Center

At the head of Portage Valley, fifty miles south of Anchorage, at the end of scenic Turnagain Arm, lies the Begich, Boggs Visitor Center. You are invited to come experience it, as living glaciers continue to carve the landscape and shape the life on the Chugach National Forest. Built ...

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Bering Land Bridge National Preserve

The Bering Land Bridge National Preserve is one of the most remote national park areas, located on the Seward Peninsula in northwest Alaska. The Preserve is a remnant of the land bridge that connected Asia with North America more than 13,000 years ago. Today Bering Land Bridge National Preserve ...

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Bernice Allridge Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: Covered Picnic Pavilion; Playground; Restrooms; Landscaped Area; Multi-Use field (Available by reservation ONLY); Picnic Area; Softball Field - Girls; and ...

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Bettles Bay State Marine Park

Bettles Bay State Marine Park is an excellent anchorage, well-protected from winds and with a good soft holding bottom. Historical attractions include an old stamp press and gold mine located just southeast of the park. The park affords views of the scenic Bettles Glacier. The uplands consists of old ...

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Big Bear/Baby Bear State Marine Park

35 miles north of Sitka, Big Bear Bay and Baby Bear Bay are designated as a state marine park and located near Peril Straits. The park remains undeveloped with no visitor facilities. This marine park includes a protected anchorage with opportunities for camping, hunting, and ...

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Birch Hill Recreation Area

The Parks and Recreation Department, through partnership with the Nordic Ski Club of Fairbanks, offers the Birch Hill Recreation Area and the Jim Whisenhant Cross Country Ski Trail system for recreational use. The Nordic Ski Club of Fairbanks maintains the trail system and hosts the facility's races. For more ...

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