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The field features a visitor's center as well as many trails. We tried to see the lights there... read more

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Reviewed 18 February 2018

The sweet lady at the visitors center was very informative and friendly. She told us about the birds that visit and their migratory patterns. We had a small hike and it was beautiful. Also, saw a few people skijoring and other XCing.

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Reviewed 14 February 2018 via mobile

This was our first visit to Creamers and we didn't have much expectations but were pleasantly surprised at how much we enjoyed our visit. The docent in the visitor center was very helpful in explaining the migratory habits of the birds and explaining where we might be able to watch some. There are two trails inside, I don't remember which one we took but it was absolutely beautiful. It was very peaceful and calming to walk amongst those tall birch trees, birds and hear the rustling of the leaves high above us. It was like being transported to another world right in the middle of Fairbanks city. I would highly recommend everyone to give this hidden gem a shot.

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Reviewed 6 February 2018

Great place to see sandhill crane. Arrived at 5:00am and the crane were coming in to feed in the field. There are a couple of observation towers and some nice trails running through the fields. Didn't visit the farm because it wasn't open at the time.

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Reviewed 22 December 2017

Wear comfy shoes! This is a beautiful, easy hike... and the history is interesting. Lots of permafrost forest to see, and depending on the year, some birds, a few birds, or a lot of birds! It is a nice little walk though, and you won't be disappointed.

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Reviewed 17 December 2017

The man, who is also an artist, from the Park Service, was very interesting to speak with. He gave us lots of information about the Boreal Forest, the various birds which are still visiting in winter. He has great sketches he's done and is willing to show and share. An interesting stop on the way to hike in the Boreal Forest.

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