Alaska Park List

Summit Lake State Recreation Site

Summit Lake is a small cirque lake, or tarn, reaching a depth of 20-feet. This cirque was the beginning of a long-gone, alpine glacier. The surrounding terrain is all glacially carved. North of the lake, the uneven ground is caused, not by boulders, but by frost action in combination ...

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Sunny Cove State Marine Park

Sunny Cove State Marine Park is located 14-miles south of Seward at the south end of Fox Island (Renard Island) in Resurrection Bay. The cove faces west, providing a good view of Callisto Head, Bear Glacier and Kenai Fjords National Park. The park provides a good camping beach along ...

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Sunset Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: Accessible play equipment for 5-12 year olds; Picnic shelter and tables; Sledding ...

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Surprise Cove State Marine Park

Surprise Cove State Marine Park is located on the western side of the mouth of Cochrane Bay. There are many recreational opportunities and it is one of the most popular anchorages. The park includes forested uplands and two large lakes draining into Surprise Cove. The uplands and muskeg throughout ...

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Suzan Nightingale McKay Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: Play equipment for 2-12 year olds; Picnic tables and benches; Sydney Laurence ...

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Taku Lake Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: Accessible play equipment for 2-5 year olds; Skateboard park; Picnic shelter; Cross-country ski trails and skijoring/multi use trails; Fitness clusters; Picnic tables around the lake; Lake stocked with silver salmon and rainbow trout; Fishing dock; Two ...

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Tetlin National Wildlife Refuge

Tetlin National Wildlife Refuge is a dynamic landscape made up of forests, wetlands, tundra, lakes, mountains and glacial rivers bounded by the snowy peaks of the Alaska Range. This upper Tanana River valley has been called the "Tetlin Passage," because it serves as a major migratory route for birds ...

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The Pipeline Skate Park

The Pipeline is a covered skate park located off Glacier Hwy , in the Valley. The park offers many skating courses for people of all ages and ...

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Thumb Cove State Marine Park

Thumb Cove State Marine Park is located approximately nine-miles south of Seward on the east side of Resurrection Bay. The park's 720-acres include the southeast shoreline of the cove; a long beach of fine to medium sand and beach cobble; forested uplands of spruce, hemlock and alder; and most ...

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Tikishla Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: Play equipment at Davenport fields for 5-12 year olds; Accessible play equipment for 5--12 year olds at E. 20th Avenue; Multi-use trails for use for biking, cross-country skiing, skijoring and walking; Hockey rink; Bike trail links ...

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Togiak National Wildlife Refuge

With the Ahklun Mountains in the north and the cold waters of Bristol Bay to the south, Togiak National Wildlife Refuge offers its visitors beautiful landscapes. Earthquakes and volcanoes filled the former role, and their marks can still be found, but it was the gradual advance and retreat of ...

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Tok River State Recreation Site

Tok River State Recreational Site is popular with highway travelers just entering Alaska from Canada. There are 43 campsites, ten of which will accommodate motor homes up to 60 feet in length. Facilities include a picnic shelter, drinking water, a walking trail, telephone, and latrines. A group campfire area ...

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Tongass National Forest

You can camp in a campground - or in a cabin. You can hike through dense forest, alpine meadow, or on a wooden trail through marshland called muskeg. You can explore world-class caves. You can enjoy salt water fjords and unending waterways by canoe or kayak, your own motor ...

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Totem Bight State Historical Park

With the growth of non-Native settlements in Southeast Alaska in the early 1900's, and the decline of a barter economy, Natives moved to communities where work was available. The villages and totem poles they left behind were soon overgrown by forests and eroded by weather. In 1938 the U.S. ...

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Town Square Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: Fountain; Walkways; Benches and gathering areas; Ice skating rink in ...

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Turpin Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: Accessible play equipment for 2-12 year olds; Open play ...

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Twin Lakes

Old Glacier Highway, just past Hospital Drive. Grassy hills to roll down, and a great place to bring bikes and trikes. There are regular and tot swings, picnic tables, the Planet Walk, a summer rest room, drinking fountains, picnic shelter, and fishing ...

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Two Rivers Recreation Area

Amenities for this 335 acre park include: natural areas and ...

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Two Rivers Sports Complex

Amenities for this 6 acre park include: baseball fields, basketball, multi-purpose fields, and an ice ...

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Unalakleet National Wild River Recreation Management Area

Located 400 miles from Anchorage, the Unalakleet National Wild River Recreation Management Area is a remote wilderness only accessible by plane. Rich with local culture in the nearby town of Unalakleet and with plenty of outdoor activities such as boating, fishing, and camping, your visit to Unalakleet River will ...

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University of Alaska Museum

The museum's research collections - 1.4 million artifacts and specimens - represent millions of years of biological diversity and thousands of years of cultural traditions in the North. The collections are organized into 10 disciplines (archaeology, birds, documentary film, earth sciences, ethnology/history, fine arts, fishes/marine invertebrates, insects, mammals, and ...

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Upper Chatanika State Recreation Site

The Upper Chatanika State Recreation Site, at mile 39 of the Steese Highway, is popular with highway travelers and weekend campers from Fairbanks. It has 25 campsites, four picnic sites, drinking water and latrines. There is a road to a gravel bar where visitors can camp, picnic, sunbathe, or ...

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Valley of the Moon Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: Open playfield; Accessible play equipment for 2-12 year olds; Little League ball field; Access to Chester Creek Trail; Covered Shelter; Picnic tables and benches; Portable restrooms available from May through August ; Parking lot with 41 ...

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Veteran's Memorial Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: Covered Picnic Pavilion (Electricity available); Landscaped Area; Memorial and ...

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West Juneau Rotary Park

This new park features a playground ...

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Western Arctic National Parklands

Western Arctic National Parklands is a management unit which includes Noatak National Perserve, Cape Krusenstern National Monument and Kobuk Valley National Park near Kotzebue, AK and Bering Land Bridge National Preserve located on the Seward Peninsula near Nome, AK. Open year-round, there are many things to explore in the ...

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Whisper Faith Kovach Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: Play equipment for 5-12 year olds; Soccer field; Portable restrooms available from May through August; Parking lot with 25 ...

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White Mountains National Recreation Area

Located just an hour's drive from Fairbanks, White Mountains National Recreation Area offers stunning scenery, peaceful solitude, and outstanding opportunities for year-round recreation. This one-million-acre area is used primarily from February to April, when dog-mushers, snowmobilers, and skiers come to take advantage of the winter solitude and northern lights. ...

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Wickersham Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: Play equipment for 2-12 year olds ; Grill; Paved walkway; Located in Campbell Creek ...

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Wickersham State Historic Site

The first large Victorian home built on "Chicken Ridge" in Juneau, the House of Wickersham was the home of Alaska's pioneer Judge James Wickersham. The history of Wickersham and the Gold Rush era is told through old photos, Alaskan artifacts, memorabilia, and the period furnishings on display at the ...

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