Kincaid Park, 9401 Raspberry Rd, Anchorage

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    9401 Raspberry Rd,
    Anchorage, AK, United States

    Kincaid Park is a 1,516.78-acre municipal park in Anchorage, Alaska, located at 9401 W. Raspberry Road. The park is bounded on the south by Turnagain Arm, on the west by Knik Arm, and on the north by Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport. Noted for Nordic skiing trails, in snowless months Show more... the park is frequented by runners, bikers, hikers, archers, dog-trainers, motocross users, disc golfers, soccer teams, and rollerskiers. Other winter activities include snowshoeing, sledding and biathlon. The park was created in 1968 and in 1978 expanded to include the location of a deactivated former Nike missile site. The park continues to evolve with changing demands of local residents. In 2009, a full 18 "hole" disc golf course that meanders through the wooded Mize loop area was completed. In 2010, several new soccer fields were completed and open for use in the area near the chalet. In 2012, a single artificial turf soccer field with stadium seating was completed just south of the chalet. Spectacular views of Cook Inlet, Fire Island with its wind turbines, and Mount Susitna are offered to the visitor at almost every hilltop in the park. On a clear day, Mount McKinley can also be seen from the park.

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    This is absolutely the best ski area in Alaska. It's got an expansive trail network with many different levels of difficulty. If you are an avid skier or fitness guru you have to go here. You won't be disappointed.

    2014-03-01 5
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    What I beleive a park should be. Many diverse activities going on at the same time but not walking all over each other.

    2013-06-30 5
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    I Loved this trail, Cross Country Skiing, Bicycle ridding was some of my favorite times hear.

    2013-10-30 5
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    Great park! Miles of trails for running, cycling, and playing. The only downside is the militant special interest nordic ski association that locks a large part of the up for the winter.

    2011-09-01 5
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    What, trails trails trails? All just for xc skiing!? Love it.

    2011-03-03 5
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