The Chugach National Forest is located south central part of the Alaska mainland.
Where is this Forest?

 

photos courtesy Milo Burcham.

Features

Get Out. Go Wild. Change the Future.

chugach children

The Chugach Children’s Forest is a symbolic designation for the Chugach National Forest. The Chugach Children’s Forest creates opportunities for Alaska’s diverse youth and communities to connect with the over five million acres of the Chugach National Forest and neighboring public lands through education and career programs; stewardship and volunteerism; and leadership and partnership development.

Visit the Chugach Children's Forest website for more information.

Twitter at @ChugachCF


Visiting Your Chugach National Forest

Hop on a train for a drive-free option into the Chugach National Forest, plan a multiple day trip to access remote primitive campsites, attend the famous Cordova Shorebird Festival, or visit the world-class interactive exhibits at the Begich, Boggs Visitor Center. From the Kenai Peninsula to Prince William Sound, to the eastern shores of the Copper River Delta, the forest is full of special places - there is something for everyone on the Chugach National Forest.

Whether you have an hour or several days we have something for you to do.  You can request a visitor guide by contacting us at  907-743-9500, by email or you can stop by our office.


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Spotlights

Resource Advisory Committee Funding Available

Kenai Peninsula-Anchorage Borough and Prince William Sound Resource Advisory Committees request for proposals due May 20th, 2016.

Become an Alaskan Artist in Residence

The Voices of the Wilderness artist residency creates artwork that communicates the meaning of public lands. Learn how to become an Artist in Residence here.

 




Great Day-Trips on the Chugach

Some great ways to see the Forest one day at a time. These day-trips could be a starting off point for the next grand adventure, and can stand on their own as vacation defining destinations.

The myalaskaforests blog

Check out current happenings on both the Chugach and Tongass National Forests on our blog, myalaskaforest.com. Sponsored by the National Forest Foundation.



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