Chester Creek Greenbelt

Chester Creek Greenbelt, Anchorage: Address, Phone Number, Chester Creek Greenbelt Reviews: 3.5/5

Chester Creek Greenbelt
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Christina schabron
Eagle River, AK5 contributions
Chester green belt walk
Mar 2019 • Friends
Saw three moose and several ducks. The stream was calming to walk along, but lots of tents and shacks in the woods.
Written 27 March 2019
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western u
Marysville, WA835 contributions
Chester Creek Trail
Sep 2018 • Couples
This is a nice trail that branches off from the Tony Knowles Coastal Trail at West Chester Lagoon.

The trail could have better markings when it comes to intersections. You do go buy some homeless camps and I wouldn't think this would be a great place to be after dark.

The trail along the creek is pretty for the most part.
Written 27 September 2018
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Bob S
Lake Wales, FL3,899 contributions
Steps from Creekwood Inn & RV Park
May 2017 • Couples
Traveling through Anchorage we stayed at the RV Park to discover this gem of a trail. Hard surface trail goes for 4 miles then connects with other trails to take you meandering around Anchorage and back.
Great feature that many of the lower 48 states don't offer - you can walk or ride a bike !
Written 6 May 2017
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CrankingChick
Tucson, AZ7,872 contributions
Easy, Scenic Walk
Jul 2016 • Couples
Chester Creek Trail stretches 4 miles east-west across Anchorage from the Tony Knowles Coastal Trail at Westchester Lagoon to Goose Lake. We walked about 1.5 miles of it on a Saturday afternoon, from Valley of the Moon Park on W. 17th Avenue (parking) to the connection with the Knowles Trail. The surface was paved and relatively flat and level. This section was scenic, as the trail follows along Chester Creek to Westchester Lagoon, where we enjoyed watching the waterfowl. Wildflowers were plentiful and some areas were shady. Wheelchair access was good and the greenbelt was clean and well-maintained. The trail is popular and we saw many families out enjoying the day (no vagrants). Mosquito repellent is recommended. I saw additional parking areas near the lagoon at 1909 Spenard Rd., 1832 W 15th Avenue, and 1400 U Street. Portable toilets were available at Valley of the Moon Park and near the playground at Westchester Lagoon (junction of Chester Creek Trail and Knowles Trail).
Written 17 August 2016
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SAAD_and_FATIMA
Kuwait City, Kuwait289 contributions
Beautiful rest place
Jul 2014 • Couples
We did not want to walk the trail. We only wanted a nice place to sit and enjoy the sound of the birds and water running, and that's exactly what we did. We parked our car and walked into the forest about a minute or so and found the creek with a bench on the side, PERFECT! Just make sure you spray yourself with OFF!™ insect spray. The place was beautiful and in the middle of July the water was very very cold I couldn't splash my feet in it. And that's what made it so amazing. Fresh air and beautiful green surroundings and no noise whatsoever, just perfect. You might need a GPS to find this little place but it wouldn't take you a lot to figure it out. And you don't have to walk all the way down the trail to enjoy it (unless you're one of those good healthy peeps who actually wanna exercise on their vacations lol sorry)
Written 27 May 2015
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ERakguy
Eagle River, AK219 contributions
Camping, Boating, and Canoeing!
Jun 2013
Whether you go to Big Lake for boating or 7 mile canoe trail or camp at any of the four campgrounds in the area, you will enjoy the great beauty of Alaska in Nancy Lakes.
Written 15 June 2013
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donato1899
Mount Dora, FL680 contributions
Beautiful safe walk
Jun 2013 • Couples
Bring insect repellent . We started at Westchester lagoon and walked away from Tony Knowles coastal trail. It is a beautiful walk. Very nice until mile three, after that it is more lowland and the insects are fierce. No problem on a bike but impossible for walking. There was no sign of homeless encampments. I would do this walk again. There are tons of bikers, walkers, singles, couples and families.
Written 12 June 2013
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AK_travelerAnchorage
Anchorage31 contributions
Feeling unsafe
Apr 2012
There are many homeless camps along this particular greenbelt. I do not feel safe accessing it solo. There's a muni law that says no camping in public places, but they allow this.
Written 15 April 2012
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