Features & Amenities
- Sand Lake
- Dock to access lake
- Multi-use trail
Summer 2012, the Alaska Rowing Association, Muldoon Target, and Toastmasters joined together with neighbors of this park to install two new picnic tables and to remove hazardous trees and other unwanted vegetation.
Number of Volunteers: 30; Volunteer Hours: 90
In 2012, Youth Employment in Parks crews built a light penetrating boardwalk at Sand Lake Park. Click here to see the photo gallery on Facebook.
What we did:
- Updated Signage
- Repaired Asphalt at Culvert Crossing
- New Benches & Trash
- Repaired Burned Dock
- Installed D-1 Gravel Path from South Entrance
- Removed dead & down trees
Total Park Improvement Value: $37,560
The APF is proud to fund neighborhood park fix-its with support from the Rasmuson Foundation. For more details on the accomplishments in this and other neighborhood parks, please read the 2012 Neighborhood Park Fix-It Summary Report
The Municipality of Anchorage acquired this parkland in January 1973. The park has Sand Lake on one side, Sand Lake School on another and homes on the other two sides. Trail access into the park is by the school.
This small park next to Sand Lake Elementary School offers the only public access to Sand Lake. The Anchorage Rowing Club frequents the park, and installed a floating dock with an Anchorage Park Foundation Challenge Grant in 2006.