Eagleglen Fitness Park2018-05-29T12:44:07+00:00


The Eagleglen Fitness Park has a marked 5K and a 1.5K route for walking, running, biking, cross country skiing and snowshoeing.

Park Rules:

  • Recreate at your own risk and remember “SAFETY FIRST.”
  • Keep pets leashed at all times and clean-up after them.
  • Beware of and never feed wildlife.
  • Use trails for foot and bike traffic.
  • Depart the area at sunset (closed during hours of darkness).


  • Use any type of firearm on this complex (to include paintball or airsoft guns).
  • Operate motor vehicles anywhere on this complex.
  • Start any open fires.
  • Bring or consume alcoholic beverages.
  • Enter any waterways or ponds.
  • Remain overnight.
  • Hunt or fish.
  • Litter.


Fit to Fight Cross Country Skiing

The Fit to Fight Cross Country Ski Program houses four different trails to choose from. You can use gear provided by the program for free that is located in the clubhouse, or bring your own. Youth sizes are available. The clubhouse is open to the JBER Public, 7 days a week except for Federal Holidays. The clubhouse is open to check out gear 10 a.m. – 3 p.m., the gear is due back by 2 p.m.

“I would like to thank the staff of Eagleglen Fitness Park for putting the direction signage for 5K and 3K – it is now easier to follow the path and
not get lost in the loop of paths trying to find the way out. Great job!!!”

“The renovated Eagleglen fitness trails are an excellent way to fuse fitness with the great scenery offered by Alaska. They are well organized and marked trails that afford the individual very little thought as to where they are going next and more emphasis on the nature around them. The markers are well thought out, minimalistic, and a nice touch in regards to the smaller size which doesn’t impede your views or become an overbearing, “in your face””

“It should be a crime for any unit not to go to the Eagleglen Fitness Park and do PT while the colors of autumn are in full swing.”

“Thanks for an outstanding winter/spring cross country skiing at the Eagleglen FP. It has been a pleasure to be able to go after work and even drive back on base for some weekend skiing. Looking forward to making it last as long as possible and to next year.”