Primrose Campgrounds

Mile 17, Seward Hwy, Seward, Alaska, United States | Campground

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Day Nine

A travel blog entry by nitafjerstad1

We were early risers today. We had to get off the island before the full effects of low tide! Students woke up around 6:00 am. They had to pack their backpacks and clean their Yurts. Then they turned in their dirty sheets and met at the meeting place. We had breakfast, which consisted of bagels, fruit, and oatmeal. After the dishes were done and we said our good-byes, we headed out on our last tidal pool hike. This time we hiked to the ...

Whales, smoke and thailand 's military

A travel blog entry by amandalynn88


... thailand's military took control of the government and suspended the constitution. I'm not sure yet what this will mean for me going to thailand in October but fingers crossed they get things figured out.

Well I have an 11 hour work day tomorrow as I start my second job and so that I can have most of the weekend off to go camping in the national park with a friend. Wish me luck I don't run into a moose!


Seward Run

A travel blog entry by andrewjerome


... of Seward. We had already booked a visit to a sled dog farm, which is a common tradition here in Alaska. We learned to never rely on the GPS - it sent us to the completely wrong place. We pulled over and asked at a convenience store if they knew where the place was. No one did, so the owner called her daughter who was the town sheriff. Surprisingly the directions were accurate and we were on our way.

When we finally arrived, we were surprised to see a closed sign! ...

Kenai Peninsula and Seward

A travel blog entry by milady.r


... members and 1 male whose Mother had died in Valdez spill after which his tail fin flapped over maimed from the emotional trauma. In captivity supposed all Males end up developing limp, maimed tail fins! The tail fins have 5 digits and bones like a human hand! Several Seals 2 cute sea otters! Several Sea Lions Starfish Tons of Cormorants Many Bald Eagles 1 Black Oystercatcher Tons Common Murre Tons of Horned Puffins Tons of Tufted ...

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 ...


This campground, located on Mile 17, Seward Hwy, Seward, is near Exit Glacier Guides, Major Marine Tours -- Ressurection Bay Tour, and Command Charters.
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