McHugh Creek Day Use Area

(Chugach State Park)

McHugh Creek
Park:

Beyond the foothills at Anchorage's edge lies the third largest state park in America, a half-million acres of some of the most accessible hiking, skiing, camping, wildlife viewing, snow machining, rafting, and climbing in Alaska. Those of us lucky enough to live here feel the influence of Chugach State Park almost daily. The mountainous backdrop to Anchorage reminds us that, although we live in an urban setting, we really reside in the middle of a vast wilderness. The Chugach foothills are a beacon for changing weather, and resident wildlife have been known to wander into town.


Facilities:
  •  ADA Facility - Yes
  •  Daily Parking Fee - ($5)
  •  Toilets - handicap symbol
  •  Picnic Sites - handicap symbol
  •  Water - handicap symbol


Activities:
  •  Day Use
  •  Hiking
  •  Trails


McHugh Creek Day Use Are

Address:

111 Seward Highway

Driving Directions:

Take the Seward Hwy. South to milepost 111, park entrance is on the left.


 Trail Maps
 Close-Up Map
 About Chugach
 Turnagain Arm Trails Brochure