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Trapper Creek Museum

Kenneth Marsh
(Trapper Creek, Alaska)

Volunteer Host Wanted for Small Alaskan Museum -- Trapper Creek is a sparsely populated farming community 115 miles north of Anchorage. It is located in the interior of Alaska near the southeast entrance to Denali (Mt. McKinley National Park) at the confluence of three rivers: the Susitna, Talkeetna, and the Chulitna.

AK: Trapper Creek Museum is housed in a small log cabin that sits on a corner of Spruce Lane Farm where we raise chickens, harvest hay, and grow Alaska apples. The museum holds a collection of artifacts, photos, and chronicles Alaska's gold mining and trapping history. Next door, in our small gift shop, local crafts and artwork are offered for sale.

Trapper Creek Museum can be viewed and more information obtained at

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