Announcing the 2014 APF Park & Trail Projects!

A need for accessible parks for all. Upgrading parks in the neighborhoods where we live. Safer trails. New playgrounds. Protecting and restoring our creeksides and vegetations. Better recreation opportunities. Relaxing viewsheds of our wild Alaska. Interpretive learning amidst our more than 220 parks. Creative Placemaking and art in our parks. A commitment for Anchorage Trails to make Anchorage the best city to live in by 2025.

Your suggestions. Your donations. Community meetings. Advocacy groups. Legislative support. Grants. A City Trail bond. Challenge grants. Rasmuson Foundation matches. The public-private partnership of the Anchorage Park Foundation and Anchorage Parks & Recreation. Volunteer sweat.

THIS is what it’s all about: a summer of 33 park improvements. Get ready to enjoy upgrades and ribbon cuttings all over the city you love!

APF Summer 2014 Projects

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Playgrounds

  • Arctic Benson Park
  • Balto Seppala Park
  • Dave Rose Park
  • Kiwanis Fish Creek Park
  • Oceanview Park
  • Roosevelt Park
  • Stephenson Park

Youth Employment in Parks

  • Campbell Creek Restoration
  • Chester Creek Trail
  • Earthquake Park
  • Far North Bicentennial Park
  • Little Campbell Lake Park
  • Moen Park Trail
  • Ruth Arcand Park Equestrian Trails

Neighborhood Park Fix-Its

  • Balto Seppala Park
  • Davis Park
  • Moen Park
  • Oceanview Park
  • Pop Carr Park
  • Roosevelt Park
  • Stephenson Park

Anchorage Trails

  • Nunaka Valley Elementary: Trails at Russian Jack

Other

  • Centennial Park Pena Fields
  • Coastal Trail
  • Creekside Trail
  • Dave Rose Park
  • Davis Park
  • Earthquake Park
  • Jewel Lake Park
  • Sitka Park