Ship Creek, Alaska

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Sunset view of Cook Inlet and Ship Creek, Mount Susitna in background.

Ship Creek is an Alaskan river that flows from the Chugach Mountains into Cook Inlet. The Port of Anchorage at the mouth of Ship Creek gave its name ("Knik Anchorage") to the city of Anchorage that grew up nearby. The river lies entirely within the limits of the Municipality of Anchorage, Alaska. Most of its upper length traverses Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson.

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Coordinates: 61°13′34″N 149°53′33″W / 61.22611°N 149.89250°W / 61.22611; -149.89250