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  • Pasagshak River offers outstanding sport fishing in its streams on Kodiak Island. You can spend hours angling for Dolly Varden, sockeye, pink, chum, and silver salmon. Besides seasonal salmon runs ...

  • As one of Kodiak`s key waterways, the Buskin River State Recreation Site located by the Kodiak road system is a short drive from downtown as well as the airport. Harboring productive fisheries, vis...

  • The Park well known for its rugged topography has dense old-growth Sitka spruce forests and is a salmon spawning habitat. Kodiak brown bear, Sitka black-tailed deer, Roosevelt elk and the endangere...

  • This Park located on a remote island within the Kodiak Archipelago, is 54 miles north of Kodiak Island and is accessible by air charter service or water taxi service from Kodiak. The islands numero...

  • Located along the ocean four miles north of downtown Sitka, Halibut Point State Recreation Site is a popular day use recreation area for local residents and visitors. Three covered picnic shelters ...

  • Commonly referred to as Castle Hill, this park is one of the most historically significant sites in Alaska. Tlingit natives originally inhabited this area and built a strategic fortification at thi...

  • This is a great place near downtown to stop for a breather and watch the ducks. A lovely park is centered on Swan Lake inland that is just a few blocks from St. Michael`s. Swan Lake is pretty small...

  • Also known as Indian River Park and Totem Park, the National Historical Park in Sitka is Alaska’s oldest federally designated park. Established in 1910 to commemorate the Battle of Sitka that...

  • Ketchikan`s unique, serene City Park on the bank of upper Ketchikan Creek on Park Avenue has been a city treasure since it was created during 1920s and early 1930s. The park`s stream and ponds buil...

  • This may appear as a small strip of a city park but it is a very well maintained garden region. Extremely popular with photographing visitors it’s the Chief Kyan Totem Pole that largely also ...

  • The Park was built on the old fishing grounds of the Tlingit Natives of Southeast Alaska, just 10 miles north of Ketchikan. It takes you back to the 19th century to explore a fully recreated Native...

  • This peaceful and attractive park is located along the Tongass Narrows and features a series of interpretive panels about the history and culture of the Tlingit and Haida people of the area. On th...

  • Botanic Garden Open to the Public: Yes The Jensen easement lies in the Green Zone directly off glacier highway 24 miles northwest of downtown Juneau, and sits adjacent both to public land managed a...

  • Glacier Gardens Rainforest Adventure is a botanical garden located in Juneau, Alaska. Tour 50 acres of Southeast Alaska`s lush rainforest, offering landscaping, floral design and scenic vistas at t...

  • Amazing floral gardens greet visitors as they walk through the entrance into the popular tourist attraction, Pioneer Park located in Fairbanks. Pioneer Park is a 44-acre park which includes the Ala...

  • Located in Hamilton Park near downtown Fairbanks, the garden is leased from the Fairbanks North Star Borough and managed by Alaska Foundation for Community Self Reliance. The average growing season...

  • The park located in the middle of town is laid by the south banks of the Chena River. It is the spot where the founder of the city, captain E.T. Barnette, first landed in 1901. The park features `T...

  • This is a nationally recognized botanical garden and a member of a national network of educational and research institutions dedicated to plant culture and conservation. It is designed to allow the...

  • Also known as "The Park Strip" this venue has wide open lawns that were cleared initially as a firebreak for early Anchorage. Later it became the main airfield which is why it is known to...

  • The Park named for the land donor, Mr. Lyn Ary, was dedicated for public use as parkland. Initially a baseball field was put up, but later with the addition of a tennis court, drinking fountain and...

  • Located in the heart of the city, the Town Square Municipal Park is a nice place to sit and relax a bit offering quiet times amid the busy city around you. It is a great open place with beautiful f...

  • Alaska Botanical Garden, a public garden is dedicated to enhance the beauty and value of plants for recreational purposes. You have here northern horticulture and native plants showcased in a 110 a...