Lloyd Steele Park

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

Features & Amenities

  • Play equipment for 2-5 year olds
  • Play equipment for 5-12 year olds
  • Picnic shelter and tables
  • Two soccer fields
  • Security lighting
  • Benches
  • Restrooms available in the summer
  • Parking available at school


109 volunteers participated in a park cleanup day during the summer of 2013. Future work will include meetings with Parks & Recreation to finalize improvement plans for the soccer field, including the addition of maintenance equipment, shrubs, garbage cans, and mutt mitt dispensers.


In 1972, the Municipality of Anchorage acquired 15 acres with school district funds to create a school, playground and parkland. The Department of Parks & Recreation and the Anchorage School District worked together to design the entire site.

In the 1979-80 school year, the PTA received school board approval to develop 5 acres west of the school. In May 1980, students hosted a car wash to earn money for the park development, earning $5,000.

In 1980, volunteers began clearing land. Lloyd Steele, the owner of an Anchorage construction firm, was one of those volunteers. The project was completed in 1981 with the donation of labor and equipment from Lloyd Steele’s construction firm. Mr. Steele became seriously ill and passed away in April of 1981, before the park project was completed.

The Parks & Recreation Advisory Commission decided to name the park Lloyd Steele Park in honor of Mr. Steele’s contributions.

Report Card

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

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!

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.

Help Improve Lloyd Steele Park

Municipal Districts
  • Community Council: Turnagain
  • Legislative District: 21K
  • Assembly District: 3

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