I wanted to see the park, because I lived in Anchorage in 1964 at the time of the earthquake. That was an experience I'll never forget.
Unfortunately, I can't say the same about the park. It's a pleasant walk along the path from the parking area, and the placards are interesting, but you can see the entire thing in 15 minutes or less. I think it's good that they've memorialized the earthquake, but the execution wasn't so good.
If you want an easy stroll in the quiet of the woods, but you don't have a lot of time, it's worth a stop.
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