Tenderfoot Creek Campgrounds

Mile 46, Seward Hwy, Seward, Alaska, United States | Campground

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The greatest Alaskan adventure!!!

A travel blog entry by amandalynn88


... standing on a glacier in the mountains! So amazing!!! We took the helicopter back and suddenly we all felt really sick and nauseous. The motion just didn't settle well with us. We grabbed coffee, looked through our pictures and decided what to do next. Oh ya, apparently a magnitude 8 earthquake happened off the coast of Alaska while we were away. Our friends and moms texted us before we had even heard about it. Luckily it was near ...

Seward Run

A travel blog entry by andrewjerome


... went through a few stores before buying ones we liked. When leaving the last store, Ted said "do you have the car key?", which I didn't. The next twenty minutes then involved piling through several mountains of T shirts, like two eager shoppers at a rummage sale. Thankfully the key was found by a helpful sales lady under a pile of T shirts printed with the words "Mickey Moose".

We still had plenty of time, so I asked if we could drive to nearby Wasilla, to visit the town ...

Seward Relaxing by Fireside, Night in Anchorage

A travel blog entry by milady.r


... to the back of the train with open vestibules to take pictures unmarred by streaks of water! Feeling really at home on Alaska RR now. This is a very unusually run RR with a fully narrated tour throughout the train trips and the captain jumping in with commentary as well as slowing down to stopping the train to look at wildlife and scenery! This time also had two kids get on the mike to show off their singing talent. Yes, a very unusual ...

Test Drive

A travel blog entry by guyhjalmar


... blue glacier which you can almost touch. The scenery in this part of the World really is truly breathtaking!! On the way back from the Glacier, we spotted a big, black furry bird (with a snout) up at the top of the tree. Turned out to be a black bear! We hope you enjoy the photos of a blurry bear pretending to be a bird of prey.
By the way, for those who are interested, the Norwegian still continues to snore at the top of his voice. But, interestingly, this ...

Hiking, WWII Forts and Water Taxi's

A travel blog entry by boysplus


... Point to go out the the fort. It is only reachable by water. Fort McGilvary was one of several defensive fortifications set up by the United States right after they entered the war with Japan in 1941. It was important to defend this strategic location as the bay remains ice-free throughout the year and Seward served at the southern terminus of the Alaska Railroad. Although construction was obviously hindered by ...


TravelPod Member ReviewsTenderfoot Creek Campgrounds Seward

Reviewed by paso2alaska

Nice clean and neat campground

Reviewed Jul 1, 2013
by (2 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

All the sites were well kept and bathrooms very clean.

This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

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