Features & Amenities
- Play equipment
- Picnic shelter and tables
- Community Adopt-a-Garden
In Summer 2013, the Polynesian Association organized three clean up days and met with park planners. Further landscaping improvements are planned for Summer 2014.
As part of a 2006 Anchorage Park Foundation Challenge Grant, Turnagain neighbors, community council volunteers, and an Eagle Scout worked together to improve this pocket park. Visible improvements to date feature a new fence that dramatically enhances the aesthetics of the park.
This piece of property was dedicated as a park in 1971. The park is bordered by Clay Products Road which led to the old Anchorage, where bricks were produced of clay from the Cook Inlet. The park site was at one time a water well for Spenard Utilities, which is now owned by AWWU.