Once a small dairy owned by a couple named Creamer, this land is now an extraordinary wildlife refuge. More than 100 species of birds and mammals call this wilderness home (sandhill cranes and mallards show up all summer), and there are miles of trails that meander through a variety of habitats. The Friends of Creamer's Field runs a small visitor center with exhibits and conducts guided nature walks. And don't miss the Alaska Bird Observatory at the east end of Creamer's Field, dedicated to understanding the dynamics of Alaska's 77 songbirds.
- Summer: 10am-5pm (Tue-Fri), 10am-3pm (Sat)
- Winter: 12pm-4pm (Sat)