between Knik and Turnagain Arms, Cook Inlet, 5.2 mi. SW of Anchorage, Cook Inlet Low.
Named May 4, 1794, by Joseph Whidbey, probably for Sir Joseph Campbell, governor of Jamaica in 1785 when Captain George Vancouver, Royal Navy (RN), was in the West Indies (Wagner, 1937, p. 379).
Alder Pond, Barley Lake, Bentzen Lake, Birch Lake, Blueberry Lake, Connors Lake, Delaney Lake, DeLong Lake, Hood Lake, Horseshoe Lake, Jewel Lake, Jones Lake, Little Campbell Lake, Lake Lorraine, Lost Lake, Meadow Lake, O-Connell Lake, Sand Lake, Lake Spenard, Strawberry Lake, Sundi Lake, Taku Lake, Tina Lake, Twin Island Lake, Westchester Lake,
Altoona Park, Balto Seppala Park, Bentzen Lake Park, Campbell Creek Greenbelt Park, Charles W Smith Memorial Park, Chester Creek Greenbelt Park, Connors Lake Park, Cope Street Park, Delaney Park, Delong Lake Park, Didlika Park, Earthquake Park, East Chester/Woodside Park, Elderberry Park, Fairbanks Park, Fairview Park, Fisk Memorial Park, Frontier Park, Gladys Wood Park, Jade Park, Javier Dela Vega Park, Jewel Lake Park, Johns Park, Kwanis Fish Creek Park, Linden Park, Lynn Ary Park, Margaret E Sullivan Park, Minnesota Park, Northwood Park, Nulbay Park, Oceanview Bluff Park, Oceanview Park, Pamela Joy Lowry Memorial Park, Papago Park, Paxton Memorial Park, Point Campbell-Kincaid Park, Pop Carr Park, Quyana Park, Resolution Park, Roosevelt Park, Shady Birch Park, Shady Lane Park, Southwood Park, Spenard Beach Park, Springer Park, Stonegate Park, Taku Campbell Creek Park, Timberlane Park, Ure Park, Whitehall Street Park, Wilson Street Park, Wolverine Park,