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Anchorage Field Office Campbell Creek Science Center, where the outdoors is your classroom 

Campbell Creek Science CenterWelcome!

The BLM Campbell Creek Science Center is an outdoor science education center for people of all ages that encourages interest and participation in the balanced management of natural resources.

The BLM Campbell Creek Science Center provides educational opportunities for adults, children, and families as well as meeting space for various groups. The Center offers students of all ages the chance to learn in the outdoor classroom. Visitors have access to creeks, forests, meadows, and a rich abundance of plants and wildlife. Our programs promote awareness, understanding, stewardship, and an appreciation for the natural environment. 

The Campbell Creek Science Center is located in the heart of Anchorage on the BLM Campbell Tract. We have something for everyone. So plan a visit and discover the wonder in your own backyard!


For more information about our programs, call us at (907) 267-1247



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The Science Center is a
Hands on the Land site.

Friends of the
Campbell Creek 
Science Center

Get Energized!


Coloring the Universe 
begins at 7pm on November 18.
Fireside Chats continue on the 
third Wednesday of each month
 through April.

Thanks to all the volunteers who
turned out for NPLD!!

Students love to learn at the Science Center! Check out this fun video by CCSC volunteer Laura Vachula.

Read highlights of two recent education activities at the Science Center:
Wonder and Wildlife
Little Thunderfeet

Science Center scores high on visitor survey.
Click here for a copy of the survey results.

Wondering what to wear
for a field trip to the
Science Center?
Check out this video!

Check out other videos
about the Science Center!

 2015-2016 calendar poster featuring a common redpoll sitting on a snowy spruce branch and looking right at the camera.

2015-2016 Science Center Calendar
Copyright Milo Burcham

Read our Recreation Fee 
Program Annual Report

Current temperature 
at the Science Center