Great views of the water, however the mosquito population outnumbers humans by about a million to one. We managed to stay about 5 minutes and left.
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We enjoyed making a quick stop at this park on our way along the Coastal trail. It was cool to see the the cliff and land that dropped off because of the earthquake. There were a ton of mosquitos and not a lot of information,...More
We went after a rain, so there were a TON of mosquitos!!! the park is very pretty though, very woodsy. It is shared as a bike path, so I think you can rent bikes somewhere nearby. I also ran threw part of this for the...More
The short walk to the water offers a great view of the Anchorage Skyline. It was a little confusing at first for which direction to go...better directional signs would have been nice. We went the wrong way at one point and found ourselves back at...More
A wonderful place to get an idea of what the 1964 earthquake really did to this area. Beautiful area, good informative signage, easy walk. Great way to spend an hour or so and relax.
We stopped here along the Tony Knowles Coastal trail. It's interesting to read all about the 1964 earthquake. It's a nice place to walk around and learn.
Earthquake Park is easy to get to and well worth it. Free parking and paved trails. Great views of downtown Anchorage right from the trails. Good place to run or bring children. We saw a guy riding a unicycle on the trail. Many informative signs...More
Looking for someplace to get a bit of exercise while on vacation, we decided to head to Earthquake Park. The park is free, have plenty of walking and even provides signs with the history of area and the 1964 earthquake. It overlooks Cooks Inlet.
Take about an hour to walk around the park and read the information boards, or if you have a bicycle, you can ride the Coastal Track. Very pretty view. Incredible to imagine how much land disappeared in the 1964 earthquake! Be sure to wear insect...More