Barber Cabin

334 Fourth Avenue, Seward, Alaska, 99664, United States | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Seward

Day 85 - Denali NP to Kenai Peninsula

A travel blog entry by trojakstravels

... was queasy from morning sickness and I was tired from the early rise. We found a room for me to rest. It was in a building that was being renovated but the owner had a back room with a bed. He allowed me to sleep there for a few hours. It made all the difference in the world as I so needed rest. We paid for the room but it was minimal. I will never forget the comfort or the people involved. And now we have the blessing of returning with our ...

Kenai Fjords & National Park by Sea

A travel blog entry by milady.r


... sans-serif; font-size: 12.727272033691406px; line-height: 17.27272605895996px;">Tons Common Murre
Tons of Horned Puffins
Tons of Tufted Puffins


Day 99/100 Seward AK on Resurrection Bay

A travel blog entry by 10sandy


... Oh, it's another Moose, big deal" (doubt it though).

During our travels to Seward the road runs along the "Turnagain Arm". This is an extension of the Cook Inlet. It was called "Return" by the Russians, but Captain Cook called it Turn Again River, ad did Captain Vancouver when seeking the fabled Northwest Passage in 1778. In 1874 it was called Turnagain because it did not lead further inland and you would have to ...

16,17 and 18

A travel blog entry by paso2alaska


... they were going to leave. We got a great spot on the shore. Lazy day, went to the museum which was great. They cover it all from when the Russians discovered it, the Iditarod and the horrific earthquake of 1964. The whole town was almost destroyed by the earthquake and the tsunami that followed. As long as you stay out of the wind it was great sitting outside and watching all the boats go in and out of the harbor. Had planned ...

Hiking, WWII Forts and Water Taxi's

A travel blog entry by boysplus


... it. The idea being to go 2 steps up the ladder, flop on your belly like a beached whale on the bow and then swing your legs over the side and into the boat. I pulled this off perfectly, especially the beached whale part. We had a thrilling high speed 15 minute ride back up the bay to Lowell Point, where we had parked the motor home, made a quick stop at the market and headed back to our RV park accommodations for dinner. ...


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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