- The Campbell Tract is a 730-acre natural area used mostly by urban
recreationists seeking a piece of Alaska wilderness in the heart of the city. The tract is a BLM administrative site with office buildings and a restricted-use airstrip. Surrounding the administrative complex are forested lands containing shrubs, grasses, forbs, mosses, fungi and lichens. The tract is home to moose, black bear, wolf and brown bear. Other animals that visitors may encounter include lynx, coyote, fox, procupine and squirrels. Campbell Creek meanders through the property and provides spawning and rearing habitat for rainbow trout, Dolly Varden and king and silver salmon. BLM operates its Campbell Creek Science Center here.
Recreation - Recreation opportunities at the Campbell Tract RMA include biking, camping, educational Programs, hiking, horseback riding, winter sports and wildlife viewing.
Climate - The climate in this region of Alaska can be cool and wet. Visitors are encouraged to bring rain gear, water proof boots and wool clothing.
This recreation area lies in the city of Anchorage, Alaska. If you are in the city travel south on Lake Otis Parkway to East 68th Avenue and follow the road until it turns into Abbott Loop Rd. The Campbell Tract facility sign will direct you to the tract.