Kayakers Cove

Address: Seward, Alaska, United States | Campground
 
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        Travel Blogs from Seward

        Last Day In Seward

        A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Jul 30, 2015

        17 photos

        ... Seward. A RV caravan came into camp today comprised 20 RV's. These folks have been on the road for a month basically following the same route as us. There are so many rigs coming into camp that a lot of folks not associated with the caravan are having a hard time finding a camp site.


        So you say what do you do when you are not sightseeing. The answer is we rest a little, walk the dogs a lot.......... and watch fellow RV'ers try to back into their ...

        From the sea at Seward to Denali by bus......

        A travel blog entry by petkatravels on Jun 05, 2015

        11 photos

        ... The carry bag made from a complete seal skin was also really interesting.
        The bus ride to Denali was quite long and we didn't arrive at Denali Bluffs Hotel until well after 9:30pm. It was a big day!
        This was made just a bit longer by a well meaning but annoying young bus driver to whom I could give three tips, none involving money!
        1. Learn the facts because not sure, about or I can't remember are ...

        On to Glacier Lodge

        A travel blog entry by karenlhorne on Aug 14, 2014

        10 photos

        It is time to leave the Riverside Lodge and move on to our next destination, a lodge in the glacier fields south of Seward. The only way to reach the lodge is to take a boat down the coast for 3-4 hours. Ethan and I dose up on seasickness tablets (just in case!). The boat is small and comfortable and the scenery is spectacular. We start with hills shrouded in mist and as we leave Seward Bay we see sea otters, porpoises, puffins ...

        Cruise to Land Transition

        A travel blog entry by eanselm on Aug 08, 2014

        6 photos

        ... The growing season in Alaska is very short but days get up to 18 hours so the flowers grow fast and very large. We ate lunch at the museum cafe where the salmon was delicious. The first really good salmon I had on the trip. We didn't have time to visit the museum but did get to see some of the sculptures out front. The gift shop had some interesting art work in it so we did get a taste of the museum The ...

        My time in Seward is half over (bittersweet)

        A travel blog entry by amandalynn88 on Jul 23, 2014

        14 photos

        ... really nervous before a race even though this one was only 6.5 miles. I have been having problems with my ankle and was worried that it would start hurting and swelling, then I would not be able to finish. Luckily that did not happen! Kristen's race started at 9am and we took a few pictures then she got in line! Off she went! My race started at 9:20 so Andrew and I watched Kristen run by then hung out until it was my turn! The beginning of a race is always exciting, then ...