Tenderfoot Creek Campgrounds

Address: Mile 46, Seward Hwy, Seward, Alaska, United States | Campground
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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.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Tenderfoot Creek Campgrounds Seward

5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Seward

Seward and Resurrection Bay boat tour

A travel blog entry by majorme on Aug 22, 2015

23 photos

... with my binoculars, but the camera is useless.

I take a lot of pictures, but as I review them, I see that they do not do justice to the area. I think Seward and the Resurrection Bay is my favorite spot so far this trip. Seward is only 2 hours from Anchorage and has good connections with bus service and railroad. The weather is moderated by the surrounding waters and it is more than just a tourist attraction.

After ...

It's Pronounced Sue-ward Not Sea-ward

A travel blog entry by amdouet on Jun 24, 2015

2 comments, 5 photos

... place is wired!) But I still get better service than St. Martinville. ;) 5. Beards are the "it" trend for men - just wear it with close cropped hair to fit in. That's it for now party peeps! Be back soon! Fun Fact #1: Seward's annual 4th of July Mount Marathon race started out as a bar bet about 90 years ago, according to local lore, and has become one of Alaska's oldest foot races and North America's toughest endurance marathon. Why ...

Quick visit to Seward

A travel blog entry by chrisandjames on Aug 10, 2014

5 photos

Mostly a travel day again. Went back to the airport to catch a shuttle "coach" to Seward. It was a beautiful drive through the mountains along the water. A narrow bay is called an arm, and we drove along the coast of Turning Arm, so named because Captain Cook, looking for a passage to the orient, sailed to the end of it and had to turn around. There was lots of traffic on the road - fisherman, hikers, ...

Day 38

A travel blog entry by 12gkids on Jul 31, 2014

12 photos

Larry watched a cruise ship arrive this morning. We visited the Alaska Sea Life Center today. Very interesting place, many exhibits of the sea birds, puffins, otters, sea lions and many species of fish native to the area.Toni and I stopped at the Seward ...

The greatest Alaskan adventure!!!

A travel blog entry by amandalynn88 on Jun 23, 2014

14 photos

... 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 ...

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