The Campbell Creek Trail is seven miles long, spanning from Tudor Road to Dimond Boulevard. There are parks, playgrounds, and opportunities for salmon viewing along the way. You may also see locals fishing or taking a float down Campbell Creek when the water is high enough.

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285.8 acres 16 park­ing spaces avail­able as well as 2 hand­i­cap park­ing spaces. Tod­dler play­ground equip­ment for 2 – 5 year olds (ADA acces­si­ble), small ball field area, a portable restroom may be avail­able May through August, fish­ing on Camp­bell Creek, lit trail, ski­ing, salmon view­ing. Locat­ed in the Camp­bell Creek Greenbelt. 

This near­ly 20-acre park near Camp­bell Creek has sev­er­al soc­cer fields, pic­nic tables, a lit­tle league ball field (with­out the back­stop), a view­ing area over­look­ing Wal­dron Lake, and sev­er­al ele­vat­ed fish­ing and salmon-view­ing decks that are sus­pend­ed above Camp­bell Creek. You can access the Camp­bell Creek Trail and all of these ameni­ties from Rakof Ave., just east of the New Seward High­way, as well as from a park­ing lot off of Shelikof…  ...more

Camp­bell Creek Park, these salmon-view­ing decks and walk­ways are a great place to spot bright red sock­eye and king salmon in mid to late July. You can access a small park­ing area at Folk­er Street & E 46th or, of course, via the Camp­bell Creek Trail. 

This is a great side trail that becomes a salmon view­ing plat­form, with bench­es for sit­ting as well as an infor­ma­tion­al plaque. 

This con­ve­nient earth­en bridge pass­es over two tun­nels, which allow dogsleds to cross the Camp­bell Creek Trail with­out tan­gling with bik­ers, skiers, or hik­ers, depend­ing on the season. 

This paved path descends from Dr. Mar­tin Luther King Dr. to meet up with the Camp­bell Creek Trail, which now pass­es com­fort­ably under the road.

This bright blue steel bridge is inter­est­ing for its struc­ture, which hear­kens back to old rail­road tres­tles from bygone eras. It has two sec­tions that span the arms of an oxbow in Camp­bell Creek.