Alaska Base Camp

14000 Beach Drive, Seward, Alaska, 99664, United States | Campground
 

Travel Blogs from Seward

A Taxi, A Train, A Bus and A Boat

A travel blog entry by suzannecompton

18

... to my special friend, Saundra Richards and found out that her precious husband, Milt, had passed away early this morning. It was so sad to hear this news and know that I could not be with her during this time. She and I have been the closest of friends for 34 years and it breaks my heart to be away from her now. Ben's and my thoughts and prayers are with her and Milt's family. We met Tricia and Henry ...

Puffins - in a pond, and up to a glacier

A travel blog entry by zingerin

6

... 1815, 1920, etc. and see how much glacier has disappeared. To get anywhere near the ice, we walked a heck of a lot farther and higher up than those people in 1920! We were lucky to join a small group hike led by a ranger who really helped us understand how glaciers evolve, plus keeping us moving steadily onward and upward. And she carried bear spray...so Mary and I didn't have to keep singing "Bear Went over the Mountain" the whole ...

Winding our way to Seward

A travel blog entry by rorox

1

... any of the many glaciers as we flew over the inlet on the seaplane due to the heavy fog and low clouds that were expected. Devastated but we decided for over $600 we werent willing to fly over in cloud and then sit in the rain for 3 hours. We knew that the price was only justified if we got the magnificent views from the plane as well as the bears. So our last hope of any adventure in Homer was kayaking...this was a greater possibility as the cove was protected by wind in ...

A day at Seward

A travel blog entry by saunderstrips

15

Up early again to catch our 630 am Alaska railroad train to Seward. It's a 4 hr scenic and coastal trip. We've already seen dal sheep, fjords, avalanche areas, glaciers, moose, bald eagles, and tons and tons of tons. There are 400 active volcanoes on this Aleutian chain. The train left Anchorage and descended thru Coastal Wildlife Refuge, aka Potters Marsh. We continued along the Turnagian Arm with the worlds 2nd highest ...

Academy graduation and Seward trip

A travel blog entry by eabdulkareem

47

... it was over. the next 3 weeks were spent in a slow painful death by power point. But finally, that great day came: graduation!!!!!

The graduation Department of Corrections Class 121 spent the morning cleaning up and setting up for graduation, and the locker room was full of the women primping and dressing. I gave in to the pressure and borrowed make up and hair products...many of my classmates helped me get ready. You wouldn't believe the comments I ...

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This campground, located on 14000 Beach Drive, Seward, is near Alaska SeaLife Center, Sunny Cove Sea Kayaking, Resurrection Bay, and Liquid Adventures.
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