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  • Abbott Loop Community Park

    8101 Elmore Rd, Anchorage
    Features & Amenities Ballfields used by the Far North Little League Mul…Read More

  • Al Miller Park

    Delaney Street & W. Cook Ave., Anchorage
    This parkland was acquired by Federal Patent in 1975. The park was developed through a partnership w…Read More

  • Alderwood Park

    707 Elm Street, Anchorage
    This park property was acquired in 1962 by lease from the Alaska Railroad. As part of the lease, the…Read More

  • Aramark Parks & Resorts

    241 W Ship Creek Ave, Anchorage
    Aramark Parks & Resorts…Read More

  • Arctic/Benson Park

    750 W. 31st Avenue, Anchorage
    This property was offered for sale in 1977 for a park site, and in April 1981 the Municipality of A…Read More

  • Balto Seppala Park

    3360 Wisconsin St, Anchorage
    This parkland was purchased in 1978, and the Turnagain Community council held a contest to name the …Read More

  • Bancroft Park

    1497 Alpenhorn Avenue, Anchorage
    In 1971, homeowners in the area asked to have 1.06 acres of parkland made available for children to …Read More

  • Barbara Street Park

    3109 Barbara Street, Anchorage
    The park was deeded to the city in 1971 and developed in 1972. The original development included pla…Read More

  • Beach Lake

    Beach Lake…Read More

  • Bob and Arlene Cross Park

    11600 Birch Road, Anchorage
    In 1955 this property was deeded to Hilltop Youth by Bob and Arlene Cross to be used for recreation …Read More

  • Brown's Point Park

    348 Harvard Street, Anchorage
    The park was deeded to the city in 1971 and developed in 1972. The original development included pla…Read More

  • Campbell Park

    2365 E. 48th Ave., Anchorage
    This park is owned by the Municipality of Anchorage and was established in 1982. It is named after t…Read More

  • Carlson Park

    2214 Stanford Drive, Anchorage
    This park was donated to the city for use as parkland in 1959. A portion of the property borders on…Read More

  • Castle Heights Park

    4913 Vance Drive, Anchorage
    In 1978, the community asked the Parks & Recreation Department to consider a lot where a house had b…Read More

  • Charles Smith Memorial Park

    1860 A Street, Anchorage
    This park was named for Charles Smith, an early pioneer in Alaska. He came to Seward in 1919 and tra…Read More

  • Cheney Lake Park

    2245 Baxter Road, Anchorage
    Until 1972, this area was a gravel extraction site. It later became a man-made lake. During this tim…Read More

  • Chugach Foothills Park

    7975 Pioneer Drive, Anchorage
    In 1983, 5.3 acres of land were donated to the Municipality by E.G. Enterprises. Some areas were dev…Read More

  • Chugach Outdoor Center

    PO Box 28, Hope
    Chugach Outdoor Center…Read More

  • Cope Street Park

    3504 Cope Street, Anchorage
    This parkland was purchased in 1972 with bond and Housing & Urban Development funding and named afte…Read More

  • Creekside Park

    7122 E. 6th Avenue, Anchorage
    In 1979, ten acres of land were acquired with bonds and Land & Water Conservation Funds. In 1981, a …Read More

  • Cuddy Family Midtown Park

    201 40th Ave, Anchorage
    Community members originally proposed the creation of a park at this site in 1984. The Municipality …Read More

  • Dave Rose Park

    201 Lane Street, Anchorage
    The State of Alaska planned to use this property as a snow storage lot for during construction of th…Read More

  • David Green Memorial Park

    3681 Macinnes Street, Anchorage
    This parkland was purchased in 1978 with a combination of state funds and a special assessment to th…Read More

  • Davis Park

    4601 McPhee Avenue, Anchorage
    This parkland is leased from the Air Force. It includes sports fields as well as McPhee Gardens, ver…Read More

  • Delaney Park Strip

    W 9 Ave and G St, Anchorage
    Delaney Park Between 9th & 10th Avenues and between A and P Streets PARK HISTORY: Known to th…Read More

  • Didlika Park

    McKenzie Dr & Clay Products Dr, Anchorage
    This piece of property was dedicated as a park in 1971. The park is bordered by Clay Products Road w…Read More

  • Duldida Park

    417 N. Hoyt Street, Anchorage
    This park was acquired in 1968 by patent to the city. Features & Amenities ~Accessible play equi…Read More

  • Earl and Muriel King Park

    1201 A Street, Anchorage
    The park was acquired in 1985, and named for Earl & Muriel King who owned the property and donated a…Read More

  • Edna M Fisk Memorial Park

    Sand Lake at 84th & Seacliff Street, Anchorage
    This park was acquired through tax foreclosure. It was established in 1974 and named in honor of Edn…Read More

  • Elderberry Park

    1297 W. 5th Avenue, Anchorage
    The property was acquired as a patent from the United States Government for a park in 1917. The park…Read More

  • Fairbanks Park

    530 E. 11th Avenue, Anchorage
    This park was established in 1922 by Federal Patent. The park was first developed in 1978 and later …Read More

  • Fairview Lions Park

    1201 E. 8th Avenue, Anchorage
    In 1985, the S & S Apartments were demolished and the Anchorage Assembly voted to use the property t…Read More

  • Fairview Park

    1217 LaTouche Street, Anchorage
    This park was developed in 1968 with funds from a Capital Improvement bond from 1966. Features & …Read More

  • Folker Park

    Folker Street & E. 42nd Avenue, Anchorage
    The Municipality of Anchorage purchased the parkland for Folker Park in 1984. In 1990, a log cabin w…Read More

  • Forsythe Park

    11301 Birch Road, Anchorage
    In 1975, Mr. Forsythe offered a portion of his homestead to the Municipality of Anchorage for use as…Read More

  • Frontierland Park

    538 W. 10th Avenue, Anchorage
    This parkland was purchased in 1967 to be used for parks and other public purposes. In 1966, the Mt.…Read More

  • Goose Lake Park

    2811 UAA Drive, Anchorage
    This parkland originally belonged to the U.S. Army, but in 1956, the Army Corps of Engineers and the…Read More

  • Hamilton Park

    13253 Elmhurst Drive, Anchorage
    The property for this park was purchased in August 1974, and the parkwas named for the subdivision n…Read More

  • Harvard Park

    711 E. Loop Road, Anchorage
    This park was leased from the Alaska Railroad (Department of Interior) in 1961 with a 40-year lease.…Read More

  • Hostetler Park

    335 L Street, Anchorage
    Hostetler Park was created when L Street had to be moved after the 1964 earthquake and a small space…Read More

  • Huffman Park

    12000 Elmore Road, Anchorage
    The parkland was purchased in 1980 with state and Park & Recreation bond monies. The park is named f…Read More

  • Ira Walker Park

    5850 E. 6th Avenue, Anchorage
    In 1981, the community requested that this property be placed on the Capital Improvement list and pu…Read More

  • Jade Park

    9100 Jade St, Anchorage
    The Municipality of Anchorage acquired this parkland from the state in 1968. The site, formerly know…Read More

  • Jewel Lake Park

    4342 W. 88th Avenue, Anchorage
    In 1969, the Municipality of Anchorage acquired this parkland through the State Land Selection proce…Read More

  • Johns Park

    700 Thomassen Drive, Anchorage
    This property was originally homesteaded by Mr. & Mrs. Johns in 1947. They offered the 50 acre prope…Read More

  • Kanchee Park

    333 Klevin Street, Anchorage
    This property was purchased in 1956 with bond and Land & Water Conservation Fund funding. The park w…Read More

  • Kedaya Park

    Virginia Court between W. 15th and W. 16th Avenues, Anchorage
    This property was dedicated by plat in 1952. This is a small park that is cared for by the surroundi…Read More

  • KFQD Park

    10349 Bayshore Drive, Anchorage
    When the Southport community was developed in 1985, parcels were set aside to create parks. The area…Read More

  • Kincaid Park

    8701 Raspberry Road, Anchorage
    Kincaid Park is named for Ralph Kincaid, an early homesteader in the Sand Lake area. Mr. Kincaid fou…Read More

  • Kiwanis Fish Creek Park

    3907 Turnagain Blvd. E, Anchorage
    This park was the 1976 Bicentennial Project for Kiwanis Club of Anchorage. It was also the first par…Read More

  • Linden Park

    3320 Raspberry Road, Anchorage
    This property was purchased in 1982 using State Block Grant and other funds. This park is a vest poc…Read More

  • Little Dipper Park

    8551 Little Dipper Avenue, Anchorage
    This park was purchased in 1979 to add more parkland to the community. It is named for the street wh…Read More

  • Lloyd Steele Park

    2931 Leighton Street, Anchorage
    In 1972, the Municipality of Anchorage acquired 15 acres with school district funds to create a scho…Read More

  • Lyn Ary Park

    2009 Foraker Drive, Anchorage
    The park is named for the land donor, Mr. Lyn Ary, who emigrated to Alaska from Russia after World W…Read More

  • Margaret Eagan Sullivan Park (Westchester Lagoon)

    1824 W. 15th Avenue, Anchorage
    In the early 1960s, the Municipality of Anchorage proposed creating a lagoon in the Chester Creek wa…Read More

  • Meadow Park

    6730 Meadow Street, Anchorage
    This property was acquired in 1986 with Heritage Land Bank lands & water quality bonds. A sedimentat…Read More

  • Mesa Verde Park

    Via Appia Road & Klatt Road, Anchorage
    This park is a former well site, and was received by patent in 1978. Features & Amenities ~Open …Read More

  • Minnesota Park

    1603 W. 33rd Avenue, Anchorage
    This park is leased from the State of Alaska on a 55-year long term lease. Planning for use of this …Read More

  • Mirror Lake

    Mirror Lake…Read More

  • Moen Park

    17761 Goldenview Drive, Anchorage
    The Municipality received this property in 1987 and it became Heritage Land Bank property. It was co…Read More

  • Mulcahy Stadium

    16th Avenue & Eagle St,, Anchorage
    Mulcahy Baseball Stadium Welcome to the Mulcahy Baseball Stadium! Now with over 5,000 sea…Read More

  • Muriel Park

    Corner of 34th & Muriel Streets, Anchorage
    This park was platted in 1967 and named for Muriel Street. Features & Amenities ~Open space …Read More

  • Nichols Park

    3247 E. 16th Ave., Anchorage
    This property was purchased from Vernon Nichols in 1983. Mr. Nichols wanted this property to remain …Read More

  • Northwood Park

    4700 Northwood Drive, Anchorage
    This property was purchased in 1972. Fish Creek travels within the boundaries of this park. Developm…Read More

  • Nulbay Park

    1411 W. 7th Avenue, Anchorage
    This park was acquired by patent in 1965 from the Alaska Railroad. It is a small triangular park wit…Read More

  • Nunaka Valley Park North

    6321 Mink Avenue, Anchorage
    This park was one part of three pieces of property transferred to the Parks & Recreation Department …Read More

  • Oceanview Park

    1200 Oceanview Drive, Anchorage
    The park was purchased in 1976 with HCRS Bonds and named for the surrounding community. Tennis court…Read More

  • Old Hermit Park

    3012 Willow Street, Anchorage
    This park is a combination of two park properties. Some property was purchased in 1968 and 1983 with…Read More

  • Pamela Joy Lowry Memorial Park

    7961 Ascot Street, Anchorage
    This park property was acquired in 1989 with partial funding from a neighborhood park improvement di…Read More

  • Papago Park

    7319 Papago Place, Anchorage
    This park land was received by patent in 1982 and named after for Papago Street. It was the site of …Read More

  • Peratrovich Park

    500-524 W 4th Ave, Anchorage
    Peratrovich Park in downtown Anchorage is located at 4th and E. Street. It is a focal point for tour…Read More

  • Peters Creek Park

    Peters Creek Park…Read More

  • Pioneer Park

    1501 Old Klatt Road, Anchorage
    The property was donated to the Municipality of Anchorage in 1992, and the Parks & Recreation Depart…Read More

  • Pleasant Drive Park

    3208 Pleasant Drive, Anchorage
    The Parks & Recreation Department received this park in 1968 due to tax foreclosure, and named the p…Read More

  • Pop Carr Park

    4608 Kent Street, Anchorage
    This property was acquired in 1971, and was originally known as Willowcrest Park. It was renamed for…Read More

  • Ray E. Storck Homestead Park

    The Municipality of Anchorage purchased this land in 1981 after the surrounding neighborhood petitio…Read More

  • Red Bridge Park

    2200 W. Tudor Road, Anchorage
    This property was acquired through purchase and tax foreclosure in 1974. In 1976, the Exchange Club …Read More

  • Richardson Vista Park

    Corner of Bluff Drive & Richardson Vista Road, Anchorage
    In 1983, the Parks & Recreation Department began the acquisition of property at Richardson Vista by …Read More

  • Roosevelt Park

    2200 Jefferson Avenue, Anchorage
    Roosevelt Park is one of the oldest parks in the Spenard District, dating back to the 1950s. The par…Read More

  • Russian Jack Springs Park

    1000 Boniface Pkwy, Anchorage
    Russian Jack Springs Park 1000 Boniface Pkwy or 1550 Boniface Pkwy or 1113 Pine St or 801 Pine St …Read More

  • Sand Lake Park

    3886 Caravelle Drive, Anchorage
    The Municipality of Anchorage acquired this parkland in January 1973. The park has Sand Lake on one …Read More

  • Scenic Park

    7305 Hennings Way, Anchorage
    In 1972, the Scenic Park Elementary PTA requested that this property be acquired by the Municipality…Read More

  • Schroeder Park

    Schroeder Park…Read More

  • Shady Birch Park

    3442 W. 81st Avenue, Anchorage
    This property was purchased in 1972 and publicly dedicated in 1974. The property was previously own…Read More

  • Sisterhood Park

    4910 Van Buren Street, Anchorage
    In 1978, the Spenard Community Council asked the Parks & Recreation Department to purchase this prop…Read More

  • Sitka Park

    1580 Sitka Street, Anchorage
    This property was purchased in 1983 and named for the street. The name Sitka is the Tlingit word mea…Read More

  • Spenard Beach Park

    3412 Lakeshore Drive, Anchorage
    The parkland is operated by the Municipality of Anchorage and leased from the State of Alaska. Start…Read More

  • Spirit Park

    Spirit Park…Read More

  • Springer Park

    3809 Arctic Blvd., Anchorage
    This park was purchased in 1982, and a portion of the price was contributed by the landowner. In 198…Read More

  • Standish Park

    Corner of Standish Street & E. 5th Avenue, Anchorage
    This property was donated in 1972, and developed with play equipment in 1982 using a legislative gra…Read More

  • Stonegate Park

    2082 Minerva Way, Anchorage
    In 1975, this land was donated to the city by an Anchorage land development company, Wilson-Cange, t…Read More

  • Sunset Park

    600 Vine Avenue, Anchorage
    This park was the site of the original Government Hill Elementary School, which was destroyed in th…Read More

  • Suzan Nightingale McKay Park

    201 West Cook Avenue, Anchorage
    This parkland was acquired by Federal Patent in 1954, and originally called McKinley View Park. In t…Read More

  • Tikishla Park

    3018 E. 20th Avenue, Anchorage
    In 1973, the Airport Heights community agreed to voluntarily assess their properties in order to cre…Read More

  • Town Square

    Town Square…Read More

  • Town Square Park

    544 W. 5th Ave, Anchorage
    Park History In 1984, when the Municipality of Anchorage began to build the downtown Performing A…Read More

  • Turpin Park

    201 Oklahoma Street, Anchorage
    This property was purchased in 1983 and a park plan was developed in 1986. Fencing and play equipmen…Read More

  • Ure Park

    2108 Roosevelt Drive, Anchorage
    This park consists of land and a building which were the former Ure residence. The property was purc…Read More

  • Valley of the Moon Park

    610 W. 17th Ave, Anchorage
    The Municipality of Anchorage purchased the first section of this parkland in 1955, and an additiona…Read More

  • Whisper Faith Kovach Park

    Lore Road and Petersburg Street, Anchorage
    This park was purchased in 1975, and a portion of the property was donated by the owner. Development…Read More

  • Wickersham Park

    1470 Cache Drive, Anchorage
    This park was acquired by patent deed in 1970, and named for the neighborhood where it is located. T…Read More

  • Willawaw Park

    1300 Bliss Street, Anchorage
    A williwaw is a violent gust of cold wind blowing seaward from a mountainous coast or a squall. …Read More

  • William B. Lyons Park & Mountain View Recreation Center

    335 Price Street, Anchorage
    The Municipality of Anchorage purchased this property using bond funding and Community Development B…Read More

  • Wilson Park

    3955 Wilson Street, Anchorage
    The Municipality of Anchorage purchased a portion of this parkland in 1972, and made an additional p…Read More

  • Winchester Park

    3641 E. 84th Avenue, Anchorage
    The Municipality of Anchorage purchased this property in 1983, and named the park for the Winchester…Read More

  • Windsong Park

    8201 E. 17th Ave., Anchorage
    This park was acquired in 1993 through the transfer of a sedimentation pond area to the Parks & Recr…Read More

  • Wolverine Park

    1006 W. 74th Avenue, Anchorage
    In 1976, the homeowners of the area presented a petition to the Municipality of Anchorage asking for…Read More

  • Woodland Park

    3508 Iowa Street, Anchorage
    In 1974, the Municipality of Anchorage set aside property for the Fish Creek Greenbelt. A portion of…Read More

  • Woodside Park (Eastchester West)

    E. 20th Avenue on bike trail near Gambell Street, Anchorage
    The Municipality of Anchorage acquired this park land in 1973. It was part of the design for the the…Read More

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