This 191.7-acre Anchorage park, which was created in 1994 as Municipal dedicated parkland, is highly valued for its wildlife habitat, coastal tidelands and recreational value. The Tony Knowles Coastal Trail runs through it and the area has spectacular views of the inlet and surrounding mountain ranges. You can spot whales in the inlet and watch the jets land and take off from the Ted Stevens International Airport. Point Woronzof got its name from Lt. Joseph Whidbey, a member of a 1794 expedition after the Russian ambassador Count Simon Romanovitch Woronzof.
Features: Cross country skiing, running, bicycling.