Elderberry Park

1297 W. 5th Avenue View map

Elderberry Park

Features & Amenities

  • Oscar Anderson House Museum
  • Play equipment for 2-5 year olds
  • Play equipment for 5-12 year olds
  • Benches throughout the park
  • Restroom available from May to September
  • Parking lot with 10 spaces

PARK HISTORY

The property was acquired as a patent from the United States Government for a park in 1917. The park is located in Block 35 of the original Anchorage town site.

In 1976, the Oscar Anderson house was donated to the city by Mrs. Anderson and moved to this site in order to preserve it. It is now a museum with tours available during the summer.

The park has access to the Tony Knowles Coastal Trail and a view of the train tracks and the Cook Inlet.

Report Card 

To read the 2011 Report Card for this park, click here.
For more information on Park Report Cards in general, click here.

Making Anchorage a Better Place to Live, Work & Play

The Anchorage Park Foundation facilitates park improvement projects that are driven by neighborhood initiative.

We’re a non-profit, operating outside of the Municipality of Anchorage, and are responsible & accountable to our donors' intent.

Park Reservations

Contact the Anchorage Parks and Recreation Department at 343-4355

The Anchorage Park Foundation is not a department of the Municipality of Anchorage, and cannot process reservations.

Help Improve Elderberry Park

Submit a park report card

Elderberry Park Municipal Districts
  • Community Council: Downtown
  • Legislative District: 23L
  • Assembly District: 1

Reservations: contact the Anchorage Parks and Recreation Department at 343-4355.