Features & Amenities
- Accessible play equipment for 2-5 year olds
- Accessible play equipment for 5-12 year olds
- Picnic area, including wheelchair-accessible picnic table
- On-street parking
We worked with community volunteers like you to revitalize little dipper park in summer 2011!
What we did:
- Replaced damaged parts on Play Equipment
- Relocated Dangerous Pathway
- Replaced sand fall-surfacing with engineered wood fiber
- Relocated maintenance access gate from front entrance to South entrance
- Installed new Entrance Sign, Kiosk and Trash Cans
- Installed new Picnic Table
- Eagle Scouts provided labor for excavation of sand and installation of park sign
Total Park Improvements Value: $52,755
In fall 2008, over 1,000 Anchorage parks supporters participated in grading neighborhood parks for the Anchorage Parks Report Card. The Anchorage Park Foundation and the Parks & Recreation Department use information from these “Fix-It Lists” to engage Neighborhood Park Committees in planning Fix-It efforts in parks.
In addition to APF and PRD efforts, Eagle Scout candidate Franklin Durr raised matching funds and recruited neighborhood volunteers to make the “Fix-Its” in Little Dipper Park in Summer 2011. Go Franklin!
The APF is proud to fund neighborhood park fix-its with support from the Rasmuson Foundation and a $55,000 2010 Alaska State Legislative Capital Grant for Little Dipper Park.
This park was purchased in 1979 to add more parkland to the community. It is named for the street where it is located.
For more information on Park Report Cards in general, click here.