Anchorage - Lake Hood Live cam
View of Lake Hood Seaplane Base in Anchorage, Alaska
Witness the blend of scenic landscapes in Alaska thanks to our Anchorage live webcam. Located three miles southwest of Anchorage, Lake Hood serves as a runway for one of the busiest seaplane hubs in the world. When not frozen, nearly 200 daily flights amaze spectators as they transport supplies or passengers seeking adventures amidst grizzly bears, caribou, secluded fishing spots, and stunning mountain and glacier landscapes. Facing the Five Fingers docks, the Alaska Aviation Heritage Museum tells the story of aviation's importance to the state. Nearby, the Ted Stevens International Airport for land-based aircraft shares the air traffic control tower, while the Alaska Airmen's Association, located on the western side of the lake, organizes a top-rated air show every May, featuring an airplane raffle as a prize.
Get a glimpse into the past while experiencing the present with our Anchorage live cam and fly to other fantastic destinations through our most beautiful lakes' live webcams.