A design study for a low activation tokamak fusion reactor based on the STARFIRE baseline design has been done. The major components of limiter, first wall, blanket, shield and toroidal field coils have all been designed with very low activation materials and the designs appear technically achievable. The result provides a fusion power reactor with a high degree of direct personnel access for maintenance and repair, with a large reduction in safety and environmental impact, and with much reduced waste disposal problems. This low activation design also appears economically attractive and is expected to have a high degree of public acceptance.