A lovely area, large and grass covered with playground equipment, a ball field and a terrific view of the Inlet from the Tony ... More
Lynn Ary Park
A lovely area, large and grass covered with playground equipment, a ball field and a terrific view of the Inlet from the Tony Knowles Coastal Trail that runs through its west side. Benches line the trail at the best viewing point and just behind them grow lush flowers in summer. Just north of Earthquake Park you may wander three-quarters of a mile south on the walking trail to look at the earthquake's effects. There are no restrooms or facilities at either park. This is a no admission fee area.
For summer fun there's a mini rock climbing wall, pirate ship themed playground equipment, direct access to bike trails and beaches, and ongoing games of capture the flag, frisbee, kickball, tag and more hosted by neighborhood kids.
In winter there's a sledding hill with sections appropriate for the under 2' high crowd and sections with jumps and other challenges that will appeal to older kids. You'll also find direct access to groomed ski trails, metal play equipment for testing the strength of your taste buds and vast expanses of snow for building snowmen and snow angles.
There are also port-a-potties and woods for the more adventurous.
This multi use park has four tennis courts and a volleyball court located at Debarr Road & Bragaw Place, available
daily with no fee. A baseball field and sledding hill are available here, at Craig Drive and Link Circle ...
A lovely playground with half moon sculptures and a large picnic facility it is a long grassy area parallel to
the Chester Creek Greenbelt trail. It acts as a pausing place for trail users, a play area for nearby ...
This 1915 historic site was the town's original gravesite. Upright whalebones mark, in traditional Eskimo style, some of the graves
where many well known forefathers of this state rest. Alaska's well known artist, Sydney Laurence, is buried here as ...