Features & Amenities
- The Tony Knowles Coastal Trail
- Open space with trails
- Earthquake information kiosk
This park was named in 1967 to honor those who died in the 1964 Good Friday earthquake. The quake was measured at 8.4 and 8.6 on the Richter scale and lasted 4 minutes. In 1971 the borough decided to minimize development in this area due to the instability of the clay bluffs. It was recommended that trails run from Earthquake Park to Point Woronzof for public enjoyment. In 1997 a new interpretive display was created for Earthquake Park with information about the 1964 earthquake.