The Alpine Historical Park is an open air historical park, playground and museum located at mile 61.6 of the Glenn Highway in the small community of Sutton, AK. Bathrooms should be available mid-June through Labor Day.
Through self-guided tours community members and visitors can look back in time to understand the heritage and cultures of the early settlers of the Sutton and Chickaloon area. This includes the Ahtna-Dene (Athabascan) culture, coal mining, and construction of the Glenn Highway.
The park is also open to those who simply want to enjoy quiet moments or walks through meandering paths surrounded by lush lawns, flourishing beds of flowers and berries, within the community gardens, all tucked between majestic mountain ranges.
Please join us for the following events:
Last Sunday in January Annual Meeting - Jan. 31, 2021 (Zoom)
April Easter Egg Hunt - (Canceled due to COVID)
Second Saturday in May AHS Annual Spring Cleanup May 22, 2021
Memorial Day Park Opens (Bathrooms open 9 am to 7 pm) - mid June
June Community Picnic - (tentative)
July 49th Street Rodders’ Show n’ Shine Car show July 24
August/Sept Harvest Gathering (tentative)
Labor Day Park Closes
If you have any questions concerning Alpine Historical Park you can reach us at