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Campbell Creek Trail is a 7.4 mile point-to-point trail located near Anchorage, Alaska that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from April until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 7.4 mi Elevation gain 554 ft Route type Point to Point

Dogs on leash

Mountain biking

Nature trips

Walking

Forest

Lake

Partially paved

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C B.
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Hiking

It’s good for what it is; a paved trail in a city. A really pleasant stroll through woods and by a creek and wetlands. No spectacular views or anything, but that’s okay.

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Haley Baker
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Hiking

Not bad, little crowded sometimes. Clear path and a nice walk.

Brenda Dunn
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Mountain biking

incredible trail, clean, marked well. people very friendly and courteous

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Kluth A.
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Hiking

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Savanah Owen
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Road biking

Packrafted down campbell creek from Piper St to Dimond Blvd then road bikes back on the trail. Lots of people out, so if you are concerned with COVID bring a mask. Weather was phenomenal and there were few bugs that I noticed.

Jared Keeling
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Great trail for road bikes, trail running, or just going for a casual walk. Just keep your eyes open, stay to the right, be conscientious of bicyclists seeking to pass you. Between the vegetation and presence of salmon in the creek in summer/fall, moose and bears are not uncommon. The bears generally keep their distance. As is the norm in Anchorage, the moose don't avoid people and will usually tolerate their presence unless they have calves or they've had a bad day...

Ivy Schwin
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WalkingSnow

Just did a short portion. Very beautiful day for a walk

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Rd Hernandez
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Road biking

This was our summer ride but the map is not accurate as it starts at Dimond and Victor roads, we took campbell - chester - Coastal - kincaid trails ending in Raspberry Road awesome sunday ride 100% recommended (we stopped for beers at peanut farm in campbell creek) its around 45 Km so requires some endurance particularly coming up from coastal to kincaid..

Holmes Momo
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Road biking

Work on the trail is all done. Nice ride other that watching out for a couple bridge transitions

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Celia Hartz
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HikingOver grown

Very quiet trail, can see some dog-sledding practice trails. Saw a moose as well - so be aware! Unfortunate, but lots of litter and dog owners not picking up after there pets.

Holmes Momo
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Road bikingBugs

Great way to tie into other trails around town.

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j m
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The first few miles are paved, flat trails. An easy trek, good for a quick jog or walk with the pup.

Teri Inch
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Road biking

The map is very miss leading. The actual trail continues South West all the way to Dimond Blvd and Victor Road.

AllTrails User
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Road biking

Almost all the snow is gone! Easy ride, not much altitude change. Good for getting a taste of the outdoors and mostly not interacting with street traffic.

Matt Walls
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Road biking

I grew up on this trail. Great for walking, fishing, and biking.

Gina Dionne
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First to Review

I love the variety of trails that are all accessible in one site. You can adjust the length of your trek depending on your mood and how much time you have to hike.

Hannah Vallangca
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Hiking
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Emily Bena
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Jamie Lytton
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Road biking
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Alisa Devenport
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Road biking
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Jeri Walters
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Hiking
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Lisa Huffman
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Bike touring
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Emilia Porter
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Hiking
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Alisa Devenport
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Road biking
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Thomas Cliver
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Hiking
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DJ Demma
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Hiking
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Seth Kreider
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Road biking
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Emilia Porter
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Hiking
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Seth Kreider
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Road biking
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Liliann Chadwell
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Hiking
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