Campbell Tract Loop National Recreation Trail is a 4.5 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Anchorage, Alaska that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
cross country skiing
Great creek. Watch the salmon as they move upstream to spawn. Over 730 acres of land in Alaska's largest city awaits the day hiker. This area is one of the most popular areas used by locals. Over 12 miles of trails are here for you to explore. The area is home to moose, bears, wolves and salmon as they move upstream during the summer. Dogs and horses are allowed as well as bicycles. Maps of the trails can be found in the Google search below. Be sure and stop by the Campbell Creek Science Center during your stay. View Point Trail is also known as the Tour of Anchorage Trail. This is a nice trail that gives a leisurely hike through gentle terrain. Wildlife viewing is good in this area year round. Salmon can be seen spawning at the trailhead during the summer months.
very beautiful during the winter. dogs are allowed and most are not on leashes. you do share the trail with bike riders, sled dogs, and cross country skiing.. Didnt see any wild animals but thats not to say they didnt see me or hear me..lol
So many trails to explore
Took my dog. It was a nice trail and even saw people on horses. Great creeks for the dog to drink from and play in.
This is an easy walk, mostly flat, not much elevation change. Pleasant short hike for a couple of hours. A variety of trails to choose from. Be ready to share the trail with other walkers, runners, bicyclists, and dogs. This is a very popular recreational area. There are designated trails for dog sleds, too.
Took the family out today for a walk. Beautiful day to get out. 5 mile easy loop. Lots of runners and bikers out.
great easy trails if you're looking to do an easy pace and just relax. Beautiful year round picture opportunities of the main bridge.
We parked near the science center and followed the creek. Beautiful water and very relaxing.
Nice system of trails. Great for running, biking, hiking and dog friendly.
It was really pretty! Good for jogging and very pretty
Beautiful area to hike and enjoy. Very easy for the young kids to hike ad play.