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.
Fairview neighbors: Fairview Park (not to be mistaken for Fairview Lions Park) has a new Master Plan in the works. Take the survey and let Anchorage Parks and Recreation planners know what you envision for the space!
Happy Elizabeth Peratrovich Day! On this day in 1945, Alaska enacted one of the nation's first Anti-Discrimination Laws. Peratrovich Park in downtown is named for Roy and Elizabeth Peratrovich, two Tlingit Indians of Southeastern Alaska, who helped sway the vote when they spoke during the bill's final hearing. #ancparks #allarewelcome ... See MoreSee Less
Happy Elizabeth Peratrovich Day!
In Alaska Native legend, Raven brought light to the world when he stole the sun from an ancient Chief and gave it to the People. The Chief kept the sun hidden in a b...