We are an independent nonprofit — separate from but working closely with the city, to upgrade park assets. We care about what park users want, and are responsible and accountable to the intent of our donors, neighborhoods and volunteers.
Anchorage has hundreds of parks and a world-class trail system. A healthy park system is a long-term commitment, and we strategically lead selected projects based on meaningful donor and volunteer support.
There's a lot to be excited about on the Prop 3, like a new inclusive playground at Frontierland Park (south of the Park Strip)!
Inclusive means a play structure that is beyond accessible, a place for everyone to play together. Every playground that has lived beyond its useful and safe time-span can be replaced with an accessible and inclusive playground that better serves our community. Vote YES on Prop 3 (the Parks Bond) for inclusive play!
Celebrate Women's History Month with two long-time community activists, Lanie Fleischer and Helen Nienhueser, as they discuss how their vision and tenacity helped create Anchorage's park and trail system.
Anchorage Parks and Trails: Persistence Pays Off Wednesday, March 29th, 12-1pm Alaska Public Lands Information Center 605 W 4th Ave, inside the Old Federal Building Questions? Call 907-644-3678 for more information ... See MoreSee Less