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Program Registration and Preparation-make the most of your visit.

How to Register for Programs

Call (907) 267-1241 with the following information: Group of students next to a birch tree
  • Organization name
  • Contact person for confirmation materials
  • Address, phone, and fax number
  • Program preference, dates, and times
  • Grade level and number of participants
  • Name of teacher(s)
Program Fees
  • Half-day program (up to 3 hours): $12 per student
  • Full day program (up to 6 hours): $24 per student
  • Teachers and chaperones are free!
A $100 deposit is required to confirm your reservation. This payment will count toward your overall balance.
Payment Instructions
Send deposit to BLM Campbell Creek Science Center, 5600 Science Center Drive, Anchorage, AK 99507. Balance is due on the day of the program. Please pay with credit card or a check made payable to DOI/BLM.

Please come prepared!

Remember that mostSmiling girl writing in the rain of the programs at the Campbell Creek Science Center will be conducted OUTDOORS!
Whether there's wind, rain, sunshine or snow, we will be outside!! Campbell Tract is often 10o to 30o below the official Anchorage temperature in the winter. As a result, being dressed in the appropriate attire will enhance your personal comfort and safety as well as that of your students. It will also ensure a positive experience. For more information refer to our clothing checklist. Please make sure this checklist is available to everyone in your group including chaperones and students.
Group Size
For educational and safety reasons we limit group size to 15 students per science center instructor. Before arriving at the center please divide your group into subgroups of no more than 15 students.
There will need to be at least one chaperone (teacher, parent, or other adult) for each subgroup of 15 students. Additional chaperones beyond this number is highly encouraged. There is no fee for teachers, parents, or chaperones because of the vital role they play in the science center experience.