Wolverine Park

1006 W. 74th Avenue View map

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
  • On-street parking


In 1976, the homeowners of the area presented a petition to the Municipality of Anchorage asking for a park in their area and agreed to a special assessment to fund it.

The park was named by school children at Campbell Elementary School, who named it after their school mascot, the wolverine.
In 1985 a master plan was developed and a volunteer group did a lot of work cleaning the park to prepare it for construction.

Summer of 2012, neighbors, Alaska Native Justice Center, Rep. Chris Tuck and his staff all volunteered to make the park a more welcome environment. The Taku/Campbell Community Council set priorities for the revitalization of this space and the volunteers worked hard to plant new flowers and remove graffiti.

Number of Volunteers: 33; Volunteer Hours: 99

Click here to see our 2012 Fix-It Photo Gallery on Facebook! 

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 Wolverine Park

Municipal Districts
  • Community Council: Taku/Campbell
  • Legislative District: 23L
  • Assembly District: 3

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