Allens Alaska Adventures

Address: Blk 1, Lot 4 Lost Lake Sub., Seward, Alaska, 99664, United States | Campground
 
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This campground, located on Blk 1, Lot 4 Lost Lake Sub., Seward, is near Major Marine Tours - Kenai Fjords Cruise, Exit Glacier Guides, Fox Island, and Clam Gulch.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Allens Alaska Adventures Seward

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    Travel Blogs from Seward

    Cruising and Fishing

    A travel blog entry by gemberling on Jul 30, 2014

    Boys left early for fishing. Deb and I went on a Kenai Fjords Cruise. Cruised through Resurrection Bay to Holgate Glacier and saw lots of wildlife! Stellar seals, Harbor seals, orca whales, Beluga whales, Dall's porpoises, Sea otters, Puffins, Cormorants, Auklets, and more. The glacier was active. The boat was stopped so we could hear all the little ice chunks hitting the sides like ice in a ...

    Seward and Exit Glacier

    A travel blog entry by chuckjeanfl on Jul 13, 2014

    16 photos

    ... and to hike up to Exit Glacier.

    Along the way in, markers show years where the glacier once existed. This one seems to be receeding pretty quickly.

    The rain stopped but it was still cloudy. The hike up from the visitor center is paved to the first viewpoint, then unpaved for the rest. As hikes go, this one is pretty easy and the trail is well marked. We could walk up ...

    Resurrection Bay Fjord and Whale Watching Cruise

    A travel blog entry by shannoneastin on Jul 13, 2014

    Great day! Even though it was rainy and cold, we bundled up in our rain gear and cruised Resurrection Bay. Captain Eric, who was red headed and twelve years old was our guide. We were able to view glaciers, but we really enjoyed seeing the sealife. Sea otters are adorable! We also viewed seals, transient orcas (which is rare) , humpback whales and a gray whale. We also viewed some pretty cool birds, including 4 eagles. I really never knew a ship could come ...

    Rock It Till We Dock It

    A travel blog entry by gregd999 on Jun 21, 2014

    8 photos

    ... about their life on board, and their careers so far. Seems that they are hired, trained and flown in by an external company who has the show contract, and that company does the choreography, arrangements and makes the costumes. After a five week rehearsal period on land, they are normally contracted for an 8 month season at sea doing 16 shows a week, though the Alaskan season only lasts 4.5 months (as they can hardly do a show about Going North to Alaska whilst in Hawaii can ...

    Day Cruise

    A travel blog entry by lisavonder on May 24, 2014

    2 comments, 17 photos

    ... when there's so much light!
    On our way out the next morning we stopped at a rest area, and there was a trailer there selling a variety of things including "moose nuts" which Kate went over to buy and a trailer selling all kinds of specialized coffees and teas where Joe went to get something for him and me (Elizabeth was asleep in the back of the RV for the drive back.. I don't think she ever gets caught up on the sleep from her 24 hour hour ...