Welcome to the BLM Campbell Tract
BLM bicycle commuters on Anchorage Bike to Work Day, May 20, 2015
The scenic 730-acre Campbell Tract in Anchorage serves as an administrative site for the Anchorage Field Office.
The tract includes offices, a warehouse, an outdoor education center, communication sites, and an active airstrip and heliport. The unpaved airstrip is used for various state and federal purposes, and provides an emergency runway for the region in the event of earthquake.
The Campbell Tract also serves as a forested outdoor recreation and education site in the heart of Anchorage. More than 120,000 users visit the Campbell Tract each year. With its 12 miles of trails, the tract offers four-season outdoor recreation opportunities.
The area’s diverse plants, wildlife, and habitats provide the ideal outdoor classroom for the Campbell Creek Science Center. This unique outdoor education center serves as a regional resource to promote appreciation, understanding, and stewardship of BLM-administered lands throughout Alaska.
Use the links on the right to learn more about the BLM Campbell Tract. Then drop by for a visit!
Please avoid the following prohibited activities while visiting Campbell Tract:
- having dogs off leash
- recreating in the airstrip corridor
- using motorized vehicles on the trails
- camping and fires
- salmon fishing
- cutting trees or collecting vegetation
- harassing wildlife
- consuming alcohol
- using firearms and paintball guns
- disturbing or removing historic artifacts