Meadow Lakes Park and Sports Fields

The Meadow Lakes Park and Sports Fields is a 74-acre park, with 22 developed acres managed by volunteers and available to the public free of charge. Facilities include trails, a pavilion with barbecues, fenced playground, full size soccer field, two little league baseball diamonds, basketball court, combination pickleball/tennis court, and men’s and women’s vault toilets. The sports fields and pavilion can be reserved for free, although donations are encouraged to help with park upkeep and improvement. 

In early 2022 the Meadow Lakes Community Council received 40-acres of donated land from the Mat-Su Borough, adjacent to the existing park for development into a multi-use outdoor recreation area. The donated land more than doubled the size of the community park and provides additional opportunities for future development as well as protection of the community space. 

In Spring 2022 the Mat-Su Trails and Parks Foundation awarded  Meadow Lakes Community Development, Inc a grant of $4,800 to fund the creation of a trails plan for the new 40-acres of the park. The project is for funding to obtain a plan for the design and layout of a trail system in the newly acquired, undeveloped, 40-acre parcel adjoining the existing Meadow Lakes Community Park. Meadow Lakes has very little recreation facilities for its residents. There is no other facility like it within a radius of 10 miles. The expansion of the park will provide additional trails for walking, skiing, biking and horseback riding.

In the News:

Mat-Su Trails and Parks Foundation staff visited the Meadow Lakes Park and Sportsfield with Patti Fisher back in March. It’s been incredible to watch this park develop, and we are so excited to see plans for the park expansion. Thanks to generous community donations who support this, and many other incredible projects throughout the Mat-Su!

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