Campbell Creek Playground

Learn more about the park and its history here!  

Teachers and Students Complete New Outdoor Learning Lab at Wolverine Park

This May, Campbell STEM Elementary finished an Outdoor Learning Lab at Wolverine Park. With the support of an Anchorage Park Foundation Community Challenge Grant, students and teachers worked with local landscape architects Elise Huggins and Bri Kiefer to create a

Prop 5: Parks and Recreation Bond Passed!

Learn about the improvements coming to a park or trail near you!

Spenard’s Biodegradable “Woodfalls” Redefines Public Art in Anchorage

One crisp November afternoon, Spenard denizens and Anchorage officials came together for the unveiling of “Woodfalls,” a biodegradable public art piece installed in Old Hermit Park. Created by Spenard artist Sheila Wyne, “Woodfalls” is a temporary sculptural installation made from

Shibe Park Trail Maintenance

Objective: Upgrade and maintain damaged trails, clear sightlines for safety, replace foot bridges   Education: Migratory Birds Civic Engagement

Whisper Faith Kovach Park

How a new off-leash dog park and inclusive playground helped to heal and transform a neighborhood.

Anchorage Trails Wayfinding

Find out how to sponsor a wayfinding sign on the Anchorage trails system.

Challenge Grantees Make Strides

Sixteen Challenge Grants were awarded this spring and the community groups are already making big improvements to Anchorage parks.

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Inclusive Play in Anchorage

Anchorage is leading the way in inclusive play. With two new this summer, we have a total of 12 inclusive playgrounds.

Back to School with Schools on Trails

Schools on Trails is working to connect Anchorage schools with their nearby parks and trails.