Blm Campbell Creek Science Center

Bureau of Land Management, Alaska.

Imagine the discoveries you will make as you explore Alaska's natural world with the BLM Campbell Creek Science Center. Situated on the BLM Campbell Tract, which covers over 700 acres of boreal forest in the heart of Anchorage, Alaska, the Campbell Creek Science Center offers an immersive outdoor experience for everyone. You can explore interactive exhibits, attend a science or nature program, or immerse your students in nature with an outdoor field trip. Here, everyone is a scientist. Let us guide your journey. Visit the pages below to learn more about upcoming public programs and field trip offerings.

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Directions

• Take Elmore Road from Tudor, Dowling, 68th, or Abbott. • Just south of the Elmore Rd./68th Ave. stoplight, go east onto BLM Road near the large brown sign saying “Campbell Tract.” • Travel 50 yards to a “Y” in the road and go left onto Science Center Drive, following the large black “Campbell Creek Science Center” sign. • Travel ¾ mile on Science Center Drive to the large CCSC parking lot at the end of the road. Please park here. • Follow the paved path near the large black CCSC sign around to the front of the CCSC building and you have arrived. Welcome!