Chena Lake Recreation Area near Faribanks and North Pole Alaska is a county managed park offering camping in 3 campgrounds: Lake Park, River Park, and the boating accessible only Island Area. The boating accessible area has 6 primitive first come first served sites. Between the other two campgrounds there are 80 total sites with no hookups. Potable water and restrooms are available during warmer months. Pull thrus are available.

    The Lake Park hosts three volleyball courts, one horseshoe pit, a playground, multiple day use picnic sites with tables and fire rings, two covered pavilions, two changing room/warm up buildings, two designated swimming areas with sandy beaches, a boat rental facility, two fishing docks (one handicap accessible), a lake boat launch, potable water stations, restrooms, and during winter ice fishing and miles of trials.

    The River Park is stretched along 4 miles of the south bank of the Chena River and hosts one volleyball court, one horseshoe pit, one covered pavilion, one changing room/warm up building, a 4.5 kilometer self guided nature trail, river boat launch, potable water stations, restrooms, and multiple day use picnic sites with tables and fire rings.