on Glenn Highway E of Birchwood 20 mi. NE of Anchorage, Cook Inlet Low.
Local name reported in 1960 by U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). Recent U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) maps indicate a site with five or six buildings.
Anderson Lake, Baptist Pond, Baptist Pond, Beach Lake, Beverly Lake, Beverly Lake, Black Lake, Bruce Lake, Bruns Lake, Chignaki Pond, Clear Lake, Cloudy Lake, Lake Clunie, Cottonwood Lake, Dinkel Lake, Dishno Pond, Dry Lake, Duck Lake, Edmonds Lake, Emerald Lake, Finger Lake, Fuller Lake, Golden Lake, Gooding Lake, Hess Lake, Jacobsen Lake, Johnson Lake, Kalmbach Lake, Kings Lake, Loberg Lake, Lower Fire Lake, Lucile Lake, Lucy Lake, Matanuska Lake, Memory Lake, Merri Belle Lake, Minor Lake, Mirror Lake, Mud Lake, Mud Lake, Mud Lake, Nik-udatl-ech-a Bena, Paradise Lake, Psalm Lake, Railroad Lake, Rainbow Lake, Reedy Lake, Reflections Lake, Scott Lake, Upper Fire Lake, Waldon Lake, Wallace Lake, Wasilla Lake, Weinie Lake,
2 Bowls, 3 Bowls, Austrian Bowl, Cotton Grass, Death Bowls, Dog Bowl, French Bowl, German Bowl, Hugh's Bowl, Italian Bowl, Koch, Leighow Moon, Lynx, Nike Chutes, North Bowl, Ship Creek Bowl, Solstice Gully, Swiss Bowl,
Carol Creek, Cottonwood Creek, Cottonwood Creek, Crocker Creek, Falling Water Creek, Fire Creek, Htidaghituntnu, Little Peters Creek, Meadow Creek, Mink Creek, Parks Creek, Peters Creek, Spring Creek, Thunder Bird Creek, Wasilla Creek,
Albert Loop Trail, Bear Point Trail, Blacktail Ptarmigan Rocks Trail, Connector 1 Trail, Connector 2 Trail, Dew Mound Trail, Eagle River Green Belt Trail, Eagle River North Fork Access Trail, Four Corners Loop Trail, Hanging Valley Trail, Lake Spur HV Trail, Meadow Creek Trail, Mile High Ridge Trail, Mile High Saddle Trail, Mount Eklutna Trail, Mountain Meadow Trail, Mt Baldy Trail, Muktuk Marston Memorial Trail, Peters Valley Trail, Ptarmigan Valley Trail, Rapids Camp Loop Trail, River Loop Trail, Rodak Nature Loop Trail, Rondevous Peak Spur Trail, Rondevous Peak Trail, Rondevous Ridge Trail, South Fork ER Trail, Thunderbird Falls Trail,