Basically you can carry a firearm anywhere the State says you can. You just can't shoot anywhere anytime. Like in the city limits, campgrounds, etc.
Originally Posted by 4SallyPat
There are regs for State Parks and recreation areas regarding how you can use them for target practice or hunting, etc. Example.... Chugach State Park
Guns and other weapons
may be carried for self protection. Target practice is forbidden in the park. During legal hunting seasons (limited seasons, limited areas), discharge of weapons is not allowed within one half mile of any campground, picnic area, ski area or other facility, or any roadway in the park including the Seward Highway. 11 AAC 20.010
11 AAC 20.010. Use of weapons
(a) Except as provided by (b) of this section, the use and discharge of a weapon for the purpose of lawful hunting or trapping is allowed in Chugach State Park, except within one-half mile of a developed facility or within one-half mile of the New Seward Highway between Mile 90 and Mile 115.
(b) The use and discharge of a firearm is prohibited within the following drainages:
(1) Eklutna River excluding the east fork of Eklutna River and Thunderbird Creek above Thunderbird Falls;
(2) Eagle River and all tributary drainages downstream from the confluence of Icicle Creek and Eagle River located in Section 25, T13N, R1E, S.M.;
(3) all forks of Campbell Creek;
(4) Rabbit Creek;
(5) McHugh Creek; and
(6) Rainbow Creek.