Far North Bicentennial Park:
Smoke Jumper Trailhead
Main trails originate from the Smoke Jumper Trailhead are Moose track trail and Lynx trail. From those trails you can access to other multi-use trails and dog mushing trails. Most of multi-use trails are wide and well maintained. Dog mushing trails are not maintained in summer; however, they are well suitable for hiking. In winter, use of dog mushing trails are limited to dog mushers.
Large Campbell Tract Loop: Round trip 4 mile
Lynx – Coyote – Viewpoint – Moose Track Trails.
From the parking lot, cross the road and enter Lynx trail. This 2 person-wide flat trail goes through the woods behind the BLM building. The trail crosses a wider trail (Lore Road Trail) and become a single track trail. The trail further continues 1/4 mile and intersects with wider Coyote Trail. Take right of the Coyote Trail. At 1/8th of the distance, take a left Viewpoint Trail. The Viewpoint trail takes gradual up-slope for half mile. At the top of the slope you will see Chugach mountain in front of you. At this point, trail forks: one straight down and another on left. Whichever trail you take, both come to the same location. Continue this main trail for another 1 mile, and you will reach a bridge of the Campbell Airstrip Trailhead. During salmon run season, you will see red Chinook and coho salmon heading for spawning. Continue going this wide trail, or you can walk a nature trail along the Campbell creek. About 1/2 mile from the bridge, there is a trail on left that goes to Campbell Creek Science Center Parking lot. Take this trail and take a right trail just before reaching the parking lot. The trail is Moose Track Trail. If the trail become grassy, you are on the wrong trail. The Moose Track Trail is a nice well maintained two-person wide trail going along the road to the Science Center. About a mile of walking through woods, you will be back to the Smoke Jumper Trailhead.
Dog sled Trails
8, 12, 14, and 14 Mile Loops
Start from Lynx trail. When you reach Coyote Trail, take left toward the Campbell Airstrip. Take left side of the run way, and you will see a trail entrance with dog sled mark. Go into this trail, and take first right. This trail goes through the woods.