Visitor Center Hours
*WINTER* Schedule: Saturdays 12-4:00 PM
and during programs.
Creamer's Field Refuge and trails are open 24 hours a day 365 days a year.
Wild Arts Walk
Sandhill Crane Festival
Our Photo Album
1300 College Road
Fairbanks, AK 99708
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For your convenience we have two handicap accessible parking spots next to the Farmhouse Visitor Center/Gift Shop entrance ramp.
REGISTRATION ONLINE HERE, NOW
or register by phone at (907) 750-2298
from March 15 - July 17, 2017.
If you would like to get on a waiting list
for a filled program, call (907) 750-2298.
Applications are now being accepted for Camp Habitat Instructors. You can download information HERE
This week at Creamer's Field...
Nature Walks At Noon
Every Tuesday and Thursday
through the end of May
The 2017 Camp Habitat schedule is set! Plan ahead now for your summer day camp! We look forward to seeing you here!
Download the 2017
Camp Habitat Brochure
Camp Habitat Director
COMING SOON, PLAN AHEAD NOW!
Interested in Volunteering? Our "Sharing Nature Training" classes will be April 6 - May 18, Thursday nights from 6:30 - 8:30 PM. Come learn about the history of Creamer's Dairy, Creamer's Refuge and the Natural History of the Boreal forest of interior Alaska. Volunteer to lead walks this summer and share with our visitors!
The Farmhouse Visitor Center/Gift Shop is on Winter hours, open Saturdays from Noon until 4:00 pm and during programs.
Some of the items for sale at the Farmhouse Visitor Center Gift Shop - Rudig Peeps, T-Shirts, E-Ko-Rocks, Folkmanis Puppets, books and more. Check us out for gift-giving to your nature-loving family and friends. Give a Memorial or Gift Donation to "Friends of Creamer's Field" and share our local refuge with everyone! Donors receive a discount on most items! (Excludes SALE items) (We accept cash, checks, VISA, Mastercard, Discover and American Express via Square)
Thank you for supporting us and our programs!
(Friends of Creamer's Field is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, wholly dependent on donations and grants.*)
....The corporation is organized to assist the Alaska Department of Fish and Game in the development and implementation of programs and facilities designed to increase the public awareness, appreciation, and enjoyment of Creamer's Field Migratory Waterfowl Refuge, hereinafter referred to as the Refuge, within the guidelines of the Refuge management plan. These programs will be for educational, scientific, and recreational benefit of the Fairbanks coimmunity and visitors of the Refuge....
Article III, Articles of Incorporation of Friends of Creamer's Field, Revised 9-8-2007
The purpose of Friends of Creamer's Field is to inspire environmental stewardship and lifelong learning through experience, awareness and appreciation of the natural and historical resources of Creamer's Refuge. Friends of Creamer's Field, in partnership with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, provides quality education and interpretive programs using the unique natural and historical resources of Creamer's Refuge, with support and involvement from the Fairbanks community.
Article II, PURPOSE, Bylaws of Friends of Creamer's Field, Revised 9-19-2010
Creamer's Field Migratory Waterfowl Refuge
Creamer's Field Migratory Waterfowl Refuge includes almost 2200 acres, of which 150 acres lie within the city limits of Fairbanks, Alaska. The fields and trails are open all year. You are welcome to bring your dogs, BUT please clean up after them! AND Please leash your dogs during the Migration! The fields and forests are for the Birds! Creamer's Field viewing fields, woods, and wetlands are managed by the Alaska State Department of Fish and Game. The farmhouse, barns, and 12 acres are listed in the National Register of Historic Places of the National Park Service.
Alaska Department of Fish and Game ~ Creamer's Field Migratory Waterfowl Refuge Overview
Enjoy this Creamer's Field PSA made by KTVF Channel 11 Broadcast Academy students in 2014.
Click HERE to view the video!
Right click the link and choose from the menu "Save Link As" to keep your own copy!
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