This beautiful 2,850 acre state park, located forty miles north of Juneau, offers meadows, cliffs, spectacular views, salmon spawning streams, rocky beaches, and the sea. In the winter the meadows and open forest allow for excellent skiing and snowshoeing opportunities. Point Bridget State Park was created in 1988 by Alaska State Legislature. This was the culmination of a decade and a half of effort by recreations, conservationists and the Juneau Area State Parks Advisory Board to have a state park for the state capitol.

Easy hike in pretty forest. Lots of chances to spot wildlife.

hiking
3 months ago

Monday, August 29, 2016

Would go back, but the trail was closed
due to aggressive bears.

Thursday, July 21, 2016

hiking
Wednesday, November 06, 2013