Ptarmigan Creek Campgrounds

Address: Mile 23, Seward Hwy, Seward, Alaska, United States | Campground
 
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Location

This campground, located on Mile 23, Seward Hwy, Seward, is near Exit Glacier Guides, Major Marine Tours -- Ressurection Bay Tour, and Command Charters.
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Travel Blogs from Seward

On to Glacier Lodge

A travel blog entry by karenlhorne on Aug 14, 2014

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... but the place is amazing. It is built on native land in the shadows of the Pedersen Glacier. There is no one else around for miles. Our cabin overlooks the lagoon and we are surrounded by stunning scenery. Despite the rain we gear up and go out in large canoes for a closer look at the wildlife. At one point we are surrounded by seals and sea otters (none of them are too keen on having their photos taken though!!) A truly magical ...

Princess Delight

A travel blog entry by boat.rvclub.hh on Jul 08, 2014

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... next to you, friends near, and fish jumping out of the water around you - it just can't get any better than this!!
We all now have 6,000 miles down and another 2,000 miles on the tows and we are still looking forward to what is around the next corner.
We will stay here for two days and then on down to Clam Gluch. Guess what we will do there? Clam for 6'' long razor clams! I think I smell clam chowder cooking already.
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Fireworks, lots of hikes and where to go next

A travel blog entry by amandalynn88 on Jul 07, 2014

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... was so exciting to watch! We probably watched the first 50 or 60 men finish, including a friend of hers that was in the race. It's so exciting to watch that it made us excited for our race in two weeks in anchorage! We ate some more street food and then it was time for a nap! It was such a nice day that it would've been a waste to stay in doors the rest of the night, so around 8 or 9pm we drove out to Lowell point and did the Tonsina trail ...

Cruise

A travel blog entry by wcattell on Jun 20, 2014

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Another early start, a struggle to get out of bed this morning. We took a taxi to the station where we booked our bags all the way onto the ship...We had a coffee while we waited for the 'all aboard' call. The train was luxury it self. We were in the gold class car and the glass roof gave us an amazing view.. We saw a only a few animals, a moose a porcupine and a few little chicks. Or guides Mackenzie and Rachel were young high school ...

Anchorage to Seward

A travel blog entry by pbauer on Aug 15, 2013

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... the train travels. Years ago the steam trains climbed the mts. with 360 degree loops for could only climb 1%252525 grades. With today's engines, the tracks were changed to S curves with steeper grades. We also went through many tunnels and crossed bridges over the Placer River several times. Wildlife seen: moose, white swan, eagle with young in nest but No bear yet. May not see a bear on this trip as we have not ...

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