Stop by if you are close but don’t make a special effort to see it. Tiny loop with interesting billboards.
About Earthquake Park
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I have been coming here since the 1980's. Back then there was still lots of evidence of the destruction from the 1964 earthquake. Mother nature has taken over and not so dramatic anymore. the bike trail is great but you could start on it almost...More
I found this trail connected to the Tony Knowles Coastal Trail. It is suitable for walking, or hardcore mountain biking. A regular bike will NOT work on this trail, as the earthquake radically disturbed the earth, and it is VERY uneven. VERY back-to-nature here.
This park is along the Anchorage Coastal Trail, so if you ride bikes, it is worth taking a break there, and reading the plaques about the earthquake on Good Friday in 1964.
This park was a virtual classroom studying the earthquake of 1964 when Alaska experienced the worst quake in its history. The city established a park at the site, noting the historical facts with pictures and plaques on the site. A great spot to learn about...More
The walk path was easy and had amazing views. Do take the time to enjoy the natural side of Anchorage.
wow, the history of this is mind boggling! Great little hike too. I got lots of pictures, it's crazy to think an earthquake did this!
Hard to believe this all happen. Can read all about it as you walk to the coast. Need to trim a few shrubs and trees so you can see the water.