Barber Cabin

334 Fourth Avenue, Seward, Alaska, 99664, United States | Campground
 

Travel Blogs from Seward

Fireworks, lots of hikes and where to go next

A travel blog entry by amandalynn88

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... leads to Lowell point. Its an awesome gravel road that hugs cliffs with the ocean on the opposite side. I ran a little ways down that and then turned around to head home. I ran so much further than I expected but am now trained for my race! On the way back Katrina texted to see what I was up to. We made plans to hike to the bowl of Mt marathon shortly after my run. At the time I wasn't sure if I ...

Day Cruise

A travel blog entry by lisavonder

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... sun followed us down most of the way, but completely disappeared prior to arriving in Seward. Thankfully they told you to wear layers, so we kept plenty warm. We saw an amazing number of whales while we were out. At one point in the bay we could see whale in every direction that we looked. It was interesting as they knew the various whales by their markings and had named them. There was a 26 year old male, his "sister" who was swimming with her 2 year ...

Seward and on to Anchorage

A travel blog entry by kiwikaren

... our walk into town and were soon back at the small boat harbour. We stopped there briefly to eat a banana and came across a memorial to the some 130 people lost in an earthquake in 1964. From there we followed a footpath which runs near the waterfront, and along the large camping ground where there were lots of RVs parked. Our driver guide to Anchorage later told us that the cost of a powered site is in the order of $1000 per month. We noticed ...

Day 101- Godwin Glacier by Helicopter

A travel blog entry by 10sandy

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... THEN, we get up onto this glacier and we see the "ice camp" set up for these people who live up here for the summer with the dogs - all of about 30 or so. They actually keep these dogs in shape and take them out for runs on the glacier 4 times a day. Our trip out with them was about a 2.5 mile run at a faster speed than they run the Ididerod race. We even had to stop once to cool down the dogs (on the glacier no ...

Seward recovery

A travel blog entry by avpadventure

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... marveled how their entire downtown waterfront area is lined with hundreds of city owned RV spots. We have stellar views of Resurrection Bay and with its tour boats and fishing vessels. It is a phenomenal location. Well then we watched a movie here about the 1964 Seward earthquake and tsunami, which wiped out every building and home along the waterfront and destroyed the town. It is unsafe to build along the ...

Location

This campground, located on 334 Fourth Avenue, Seward, is near Alaska SeaLife Center, Kayak Adventures Worldwide, Adventure Sixty North, and Crackerjack Sportfishing Charters.
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