The focal point of Pinky's Park is a nearly 2-mile boardwalk that extends over the tundra but the 22-acre park also features a baseball field, basketball court and playground. Pinky's is also the favorite among locals to gather in the evening for the sunset.
The Yukon Kuskokwim Health Corporation has one of the most impressive collection of traditional native arts and crafts on display in Bethel. The collection includes locally-made baskets, masks and rain coats.
Built in the mid-1990s, the Yup'ik Cultural Center showcases the Yup'ik, Cup'ik and Cup'ig Eskimo and De'ne Athabascan exhibits inside the Yup’ik Piciryarait Museum. Tribally-owned and operated, the museum offers free admission to the public to view its exhibits of traditional Native tools, clothing and vintage photos. It is also home to the Public Library of Bethel and a gift shop stocked with postcards, videos and books about the Yukon-Kuskokwin Delta. Among the many activities stages at the center are dance lessons, concerts, training classes and the seasonal Saturday Market.