Independence Mine State Historical Park, Wasilla
Categories: State Parks, Mines, Nature & Parks, Tourist Spots
Independence Mine State Historical Park is located in Wasilla. Put Independence Mine State Historical Park on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Wasilla holiday planner.
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Located in previously wilderness terrain this is an awesome way to remember the pioneers of the great white north. Fun to drive hatchers pass (when open) and see these beautiful vistas and historic la... read more »
We went in late September and the road to the actual old buildings was closed. We walked it from the last stop point. The snow was falling and the area was not crowded. It was about a twenty minute wa... read more »
Surrounded by lovely scenery, what an amazing place recreating the historic area where gold was mined. A mixture of buildings, some derelict others still standing depicting a harsh life. The visitor c... read more »
A scenic drive into the mountains reveals a piece of Alaska's true past. The ruins of a traditional sourdough goldmine is here, preserved for all to see and experience. You might even find some gold. The tours of the mineshafts are amazing!
Great place to visit during the summer. Buried in snow during the winter. The tour was fun, too.
Hatchers Pass is a great experience and should not be missed. The directions on this site, however, are worthless. The directions were to a location in Wasilla!!!!
This park is just perfect. Just an hr and a half away from Anchorage and it offers numerous trails around it - both for families and advance-level hikers alike. While enjoying the view of the Talkeetna mountains, you can also get to learn a lot about the gold mine's history.
Incredibly breathtaking views, simple hiking. Good fun for the whole family!
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