Salmon Bake Cabins
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Seward
Today we started the day in Anchorage with some shopping for our journey. And yes I found an awesome store that had EVERYTHING! I was just about in heaven. Okay enough on the shopping. After we got our gear and packed up the RV we headed south to Seward with few stops along the way. Everything is just so beautiful in Alaska. We stopped to sight see a few times. (Okay well ...
... an hour at the market in Anchorage we set off on the 3 hour journey. It was a very scenic route but we were weary travellers and found it difficult to stay awake.
We boarded the ship after an incredibly inept woman tried and repeatedly failed to record our details for the cruise. The cabin is really nice and spacious, we upgraded to an outside one with a picture window. It was nice to be ...
... The Center is billed as Alaska's only public aquarium and Alaska's only permanent marine mammal rehabilitation facility. Three story aquariums with sea lions, fish, and other aquatic life. Also, birds and other mammals that hang around the ocean, and get hurt. Since the SeaLife Center was under roof, this was a good rainy day activity.
How did the such a large sealife center end up in Seward? Thank you Exxon. The project cost $55 million, ...
... its bear-business, then scampered back up the game trail leading up the hill. For a brief second we thought about going up after it, but again, we were dreading carrying 250+ pounds of bear out of here, so...fishing won.
Back we went, and went to check out Ptargmigan Creek a few miles outside of Seward. This place was beautiful. Peaceful and isolated, the large creek flowed forcefully through the trees. Summer wildflowers bloomed in all colors, and I even ...
... at 6:00 pm, so to avoid any unpleasantness during nine hours of boating, we all took Dramamine after breakfast. As we exited the 'small boat harbor' of Seward into Resurrection Bay, we passed a cruise ship which had docked last night. Ships that cruise the Alaskan waters are not as large as those of the Caribbean and elsewhere, but this baby was still HUGH by any standard.
The first animal we saw was an Otter hanging out on its ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Salmon Bake Cabins Seward
Other places to stay in Seward
1412 4th Avenue, Seward | 2 star hotelfrom $82
- Spectacular View
- Best room to offer for off season / Expensive during summer season
- Great off-season value
202 5th Avenue, Seward | 3 star hotelfrom $110
- Very Unhappy with the hotel
- Keep looking
- Location is good.
221 5th Avenue, Seward | 2 star hotelfrom $79
804 Third Ave, Seward | 2 star hotelfrom $173
308 Adams St., Seward | Hotelfrom $49
31772 Hermann Leirer Road, Seward | 3 star hotelfrom $88
225 4th Avenue, Seward | Hotelfrom $132