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Nancy Lake Canoe Trail

Nancy Lake Trails
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Nancy Lake
Location in State

         Seasons: Summer, Winter
 Difficulty: Moderate
 Activity: Canoeing, Skiing, Snowmobiling
  Length: Varies with trail and season

 Nearest Town:

 USGS Quads:
Tyonek C-1 SE, NE

 How to Get There:
Nancy Lake State Recreation area is a ninety minute drive north of Anchorage. To enter the recreation area, turn west onto Nancy Lake Parkway at Mile 67.3 of the Parks Highway. The community of Willow lies just north of this junction, and has a full range of services for the traveler.

 Managed by:
Alaska State Parks
MatSu District
HC 32 Box 6706
Wasilla, AK 99654

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Nancy Lake State Recreation Area

Trail Description:
Nancy Lake State Recreation Area is one of Alaska's few flat, lake-studded landscapes preserved in its natural state for recreation. The recreation area's clear water are ringed with unspoiled forests, and privide tranquil settings for canoeing, fishing, hiking and camping. In winter, the rolling topography is ideal for cross-crountry skiing, dog mushing and snowmachining.

Nancy Lake

Last updated on Monday, December 10, 2007.
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