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“Great for pictures”

Reviewed April 25, 2016

I've been here to take photos for an album cover and the pics turned out great! It would be a great spot for senior pics or engagement photos! It's also a nice walk.

Thank Bonnie B
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Reviewed April 20, 2016

Wonderful trail system in Anchorage, linking different parts of the city. Lots of wildlife, from beavers to moose. Great for biking, although it can get a little crowded at times.

Thank Susan S
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Reviewed January 8, 2016

I lived in Alaska for 8 years and Campbell Creek trail was central to my daily dose of outdoor life. In the winter, this is a trail groomed for skate and classic skiing. In the summer, one can stroll for miles. Be prepared to see bright pink spawning salmon in the later summer!

Thank glissade2
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Reviewed January 7, 2016

Easy and well marked trail for walking, jogging and biking. Nice benches for resting. Trail is busy w strollers, bikes and joggers
Easy access

Thank Cocokayak
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Reviewed October 13, 2015

We entered the Campbell Creek trail at the Smoke Jumper Trailhead -- 5500 Science Center Drive. There is a Science Center there open to the public with restrooms. We walked 6 miles from this point. The trail was gorgeous and rated easy to navigate. We saw 4 Moose in the wild and a Salmon Viewing post on the riverbed. It is worth noting this trail had several "Bear Aware" signs along the path. We didn't see any bears, but evidently the trail hugs a giant preserve where bears hang out. So if you're looking for bears - this might be the place to see them!

Thank gharfst
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