Ship Creek

Ship creek, Haast, New zealand, Oceania

About Ship Creek, Haast

Ship Creek is an Alaskan river that flows from the Chugach Mountains into Cook Inlet. The Port of Anchorage at the mouth of Ship Creek gave its name ("Knik Anchorage") to the city of Anchorage that grew up nearby. The river lies entirely within the limits of the Municipality of Anchorage, Alaska. Most of its upper length traverses Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson.


Overview of Ship Creek

On your visit to Haast, consider visiting Ship Creek. On your trip to Haast, you can consider a quick visit to Ship Creek. Use this comprehensive guide to plan your visit to Ship Creek and you'll thank us later!

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  • Nice place to stop for the washroom although if you look hard enough there are a few photogenic spots.

  • Stopped for a toilet break amd decided to stretch the legs. Wasn't disappointed. Nice spot for picnic if you packed some lunch.

  • Beautiful beach and lagoon. I was lucky to reach the location as the sun was just coming over the trees. The photos are stunning! Beware the pesky sandflies!

  • A beautiful beach stop on the highway amongst lovely forest

  • Lovely little place to stop and stretch your legs. Some walks to do and nice scenery within a five minute wander from your car. Also the ever elusive toilets! Beware the sandflies though.

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