- TripBuzz found 68 things to do with kids in or near Eagle River, Alaska, including 60 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Anchorage, Wasilla, Palmer and McCarthy.
- From Eagle & Symphony Lakes to Eagle River Bowl, the Eagle River area offers 45 different types of family activities, including: Hiking Trails, Off Road & ATV, Bowling and Natural History Museums.
- Located along the Eagle River, the city of Eagle River offers breathtaking views of the Chugach Mountains and is a popular tourist destination year round. As one of the five largest cities in Alaska, arts and culture play a big role in what draws visitors, in addition to the annual Bear Claw Festival. Outdoor recreation rafting, hiking, skiing and mountain exploration are also a thrilling way to see the city.
Located within Chugach State Park, Eagle and Symphony Lakes offer most of the water-related activities for those who visit the area. Along with boating and river rafting, there is a rather easy hiking trail to get to the actual lakes.
A 24-lane bowling facility, Eagle River Bowl offers open and league bowling as well as private event hosting. The center has a pro shop, a bar with adult beverages, a golf simulator and a cafe with food and drinks.
Guided 4 wheeler tours from 3 hours to full day trips in South-Central Alaska with Alaska ATV Adventures. Enjoy riding ATV's among spectacular mountains, scenery and wildlife, including bears and salmon. Suitable for the entire family and offering team building custom combination Quad/Kayak trips and overnight …
Eklutna Village Historic Park is an Old Russian Orthodox village, home to the Old Russian Orthodox Church, the oldest standing building in the greater Anchorage area, the New St. Nicholas church, the colorful spirit houses, and the Three-Barred Cross. Learn about the history, culture, and customs of the Dena'in…
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11723 Old Glenn Highway, Eagle River, AK 99577 MoreLess Info
The history and science of Alaska is on view at The Alaska Museum of Natural History, where patrons can learn about the region dating back to the Ice Age. There are also many interactive displays and activities for kids.
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Mi 2.2 Old Glenn Hy, Eagle River, AK 99577 MoreLess Info
Created in 1983, the McDonald Harry J Memorial Ctr is a multi-purpose facility that features a multi-use turf field, a 2-lane track, and an ice hockey rink. The track can be used for running or walking.
Mt. Baldy offers family friendly hiking trails and beautiful views of Anchorage. The trails are also dog friendly in the warmer months, though the mountain is still easily accessible in the snowy season for more advanced hikers.
Cascading down over 70-feet, Thunderbird Falls is an Alaskan waterfall that requires a 0.8-mile trek from the trailhead. The waterfall has a number of access points including the main overlook and the bottom of the falls.
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29979 Knik River Rd, Chugiak, AK 99501 MoreLess Info
Group 3 Aviation Alaska offer guided kayaking, hiking, dog sledding, and ice climbing excursions via helicopter. Fly over the Knik Glacier; a 25-mile long, 6-mile wide river of ice, view the dramatic mountain scenery of glaciers, mountains, lakes, rivers, waterfalls and wildlife, and land on a glacier.