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Creamer's Field Migratory Waterfowl Refuge, Fairbanks

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Creamer's Field Migratory Waterfowl Refuge is located in Fairbanks. Add Creamer's Field Migratory Waterfowl Refuge to your Fairbanks travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Fairbanks tourist route planner.
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TripAdvisor
  • All the trails are easy to walk and there are many places to see and take photos of birds. We like to come here and spend a few hours walking around and taking pictures.  more »
  • Nice visitor center, trails and a pond. Lots of birds around when I was there. Great place to take young kids.  more »
  • This refuge has many cool paths through the forest and wetland. They are clear paths and a lot of them are on raised wooden walkways. There are many informational signs on the flora and fauna of Alask...  more »
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  • A great place to be in spring when migratory birds like ducks, geese, sandhill cranes and trumpeter swans arrive for the summer. Also a great Sandhill Crane festival in the fall as the cranes gather before their exit before winter.
  • Great for a little walk! Saw some marmots and a lot of birds. Some of the walkways are near-collapsed (which is a problem when there's nothing but lake underneath).
  • Great for birders with some very nice short trails (there's a lot of benches).
  • Maybe I am biased because I grew up down the street but this is my number 2 favorite place in The Fairbanks area. Number one of you exclude anything more than 30 minutes away. As a kid and adult I've walked here, walked talked dogs, seen moose, fell in love with birds, skied, taking pictures(as the subject and the photographer), watched fire works, gotten stuck in the mud, meet new people, "ahh'ed" over God's wonderful creation. Whether you want to take a walk or just sit and watch this is the place to be. If you can, make even a small donation to the preservation.
  • Great set of trails year round for walking, skiing, or biking (couple trails are no bikes allowed) and it has great connections into the Mushers trails. Also there are birds. Lots of birds.