Ptarmigan Creek Campgrounds

Mile 23, Seward Hwy, Seward, Alaska, United States | Campground
 

Travel Blogs from Seward

Day Nine

A travel blog entry by nitafjerstad1

... of the tidal pool. We saw a lot of starfish! They were the biggest starfish I have ever seen! We got into our boats and headed back to Homer. The engines and bouncing off the waves put many of our Student Ambassadors to sleep! When we arrived in Homer, we used the bathroom and got on the bus and headed to Seward, Alaska. This is at least a three hour bus ride. We stopped in Sodotna to pick up our lunches. Since we were cutting our time ...

My first day in Seward!

A travel blog entry by amandalynn88

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After a gorgeous drive from anchorage, I arrived in Seward at 10am this morning!! The views were so spectacular that I barely had words to express it and pictures don't do it enough justice. All I have to say is that I am officially in love with Alaska. :-)  I met 3 people on the bus that were also arriving for orientation today so we dropped off our luggage and made our way around town, stopping to have ...

Seward Run

A travel blog entry by andrewjerome

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... owners had a family emergency and had to head off to Anchorage. As we hadn't received any notification of this, I called one of the owners who said we would receive a refund. Hmmm. Feeling a bit disheartened, Ted suggested we try a similar business he'd seen further down the road.

We managed to get a tour with the other company and joined a group of about 12 others. We learned about the sled dogs themselves, as well as the training they go through, their diet, how they ...

Anchorage to Seward

A travel blog entry by pbauer

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Early rise: 5 am. We were at the train station at 6 am to make the departure at 6:45. A beautiful day for a a ride thru the Chugnach mountains.. Went past Turn Again Arm again. Tide was down so we saw the mud pots which is stilt or the mud and gravel and rocks brought down from the glaciers. Really thick. One interesting thing was as we left Anchorage, we past a long row of homes which had a narrow grass landing strip. ...

Day 99/100 Seward AK on Resurrection Bay

A travel blog entry by 10sandy

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... around.
This area has one of the world's remarkable high tides. The bore tide sweep in at 10-15 miles per hour and may reach a height of 6 feet. Some of the sand here is very dangerous quicksand! ugh.
Also in this area there is a viewing point of the tidal bore and Beluga Whales - however it is low tide, so no viewing of those today.

I actually saw a moose foraging in a pond along the way - only the top of his head ...

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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