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Description: Campbell Creek Trail parallels Campbell Creek from West Dimond Blvd and Northwood Dr 7 1/2 miles Northeast to University Lake. The trail is marked by mileposts every 1/2 mile, beginning at West Dimond Blvd and Northwood Dr, increasing as you travel Northeast. This tour starts at the 54th Ave and Old Seward Hwy Trailhead and ventures 3 1/2 miles Northeast to University Lake. The trail has a few minor grades; however, it is well suited to the novice user. Campbell Creek flows Southwest so traveling Northeast is generally more strenuous. To safely cross Lake Otis Pkwy, use the traffic light or pedestrian tunnel located three blocks South at Waldron Dr. The other section of Campbell Creek Trail is presented separately under Campbell South.

Connections: Chester Creek Trail is accessible via a Trail Connection. Turn right at University Lake. Chester Creek Trail is 2 1/4 miles away. Trails adjacent to University Lake lead to University of Alaska, Anchorage and Alaska Pacific University. Click the map thumbnail for a Trail Map.

Highlights

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Scenic Views of the Chugach Mountains and Forested Areas

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Bears, Moose, Small Mammals, Ducks, Birds & Fish

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Fishing Regulations Alaska Department of Fish & Game

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Numerous Bridges & Underpasses

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Waldron Lake Park, Campbell Park, Chuck Albrecht Softball Complex, University Lake Park

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Paved Trail, Minor Grades, Marked by Mileposts

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The Trails of Campbell Tract BLM Website

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Campbell Tract Trail Map

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Far North Bicentennial Park Trail Map

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Hillside Trail Map

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Campbell Tract, Far North Bicentennial Park & Hillside Trail Map