Kincaid Park


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Kincaid Park

Address:9401 Raspberry Rd
Anchorage, AK 99502

Phone:907-343-6397
Size: 1,400 acres.
Location:At the west end of Raspberry Road in Anchorage.
Facilities:Outdoor center, 25-30 miles of groomed ski trails (some lighted), archery target range, disc golf course, ball fields.
Activities:Biking, hiking, walking, running, cross-country skiing, canoeing, kayaking, archery.
Special Features:Situated among rolling, forested hills, park offers a spectacular view of Mount Susitna across Cook Inlet, Fire Island to the southwest, and both Mount Denali and Mount Foraker to the North. Park has hosted a number of major events, including national level competitions for the selection of the U.S. Olympic Teams for cross-country skiing, as well as other local and national skiing competitions. Park marks one end of the Tony Knowles Coastal Trail.

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