Chugach State Park

Located in Southcentral Alaska mostly within the Municipality of Anchorage. The park contains approximately 495,000 acres of land and is one of the four largest state parks in the United States. Southcentral Alaska is an area of diverse land forms and rugged topography, bounded on the north and west by the Alaska Range, and on the east by the Chugach and Wrangell Mountains and Prince William Sound. The region contains extensive ocean shoreline, abundant lakes, massive glaciers and ice fields. The park’s westernmost boundary lies in the western foothills of the Chugach Mountain Range and is a mere seven miles to the east of downtown Anchorage. The park is further defined by the Knik Arm on the north, Turnagain Arm on the south, and Upper and Lower Lake George and Chugach National Forest on the east. Within minutes of the park are the communities of Palmer, Eagle River, Chugiak, Indian, Bird, Girdwood, the village of Eklutna, and Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson.

Muddy ATV ride on Turnagain Arm, Alaska

Backcountry ATV Excursion 10:00 AM or 3:00 PM

Explore this exceptional geographical location in Chugach Park where the Pacific Coastal Rainforest
5.00 / 1 review
per person
Anchorage, Alaska
May 15 – Sep 30
3 Hours
Eklutna Lake

Eklutna Lake UTV Tours with Options

Eklutna Lake guided tours in the heart of the Chugach Mountain Range but
per person
Eklutna Lake, Alaska
May 15 – Sep 30, 2021
3.5 Hours