Seward Military Resort

Address: 2305 Dimond Blvd., Seward, Alaska, 99664, United States | Lodge
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This lodge, located on 2305 Dimond Blvd., Seward, is near Major Marine Tours - Kenai Fjords Cruise, Fox Island, Pederson Glacier, and Clam Gulch.
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          TravelPod Member ReviewsSeward Military Resort

          Reviewed by lmkuehnl

          Very Nice - Espeicially for the money

          Reviewed Jun 10, 2012
          by (10 reviews) US Air Force - Military Brat , United States Flag of United States

          I've stayed at the military lodge a couple of times - once in late winter and once over Memorial Day weekend. Other that the WiFi being "iffy", it was a very nice stay.

          Ready to fish!
          Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, United States
          Mile Post "0" - Seward, Alaska
          Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, United States

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          TripAdvisor Reviews Seward Military Resort

          4.50 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

          ... We see Dall’s porpoises. They look like miniature Orcas. Black and white and quick as the devil. I manage to get a part of one in a photo. Someone spots a whale briefly and we circle around the area for 10-15 minutes hoping for it to resurface but no luck. We also see and occasional Tufted Puffin but I am not quick enough to get a picture. Most have left the area to start their migration.

          We arrive at Fox Island around ...

          It's Pronounced Sue-ward Not Sea-ward

          A travel blog entry by amdouet on Jun 24, 2015

          2 comments, 5 photos

          ... in me speaking). From our hike we visited the Sealife Museum and got to watch sea otters and stellar seals play. I want a Puffin They are my new favorite (for now) animal. They are so cute and all over the Kenai Fjords. Since the only way to see the fjords is by boat, we took a cruise out there on our second day in Seward. We saw both fin and humpback whales, had porpoises play with the boat, watched lazy seals and otters in their ...

          Skilak Lake, Soldotna, Kenai, Homer & Petersen

          A travel blog entry by cjcarter27 on Aug 11, 2014

          4 comments, 29 photos

          ... we're just now beginning to experience any darkness. It was a glorious sight to see from our bed, looking out through our camper window. Unforgettable. We later found out that it was a ''super moon'' the largest moon of the year. The next day Shane and I did a short hike on the Seven Lakes Trail but the mosquitoes were pretty bad and we couldn't really enjoy it too much. It felt good to move our bodies, though. Then we both took a turn paddling on the lake ...

          Whittier, Hope, & Seward- Kenai adventures be

          A travel blog entry by cjcarter27 on Aug 03, 2014

          2 comments, 87 photos

          ... unless you are there to see a dot of a human being down close to the edge you cannot fathom how enormous it is spreading out before you. This was an absolutely stunning hike, and the steep rugged climb kicked our butts pretty darn good. Worth every step! We also saw some mountain goats and a black bear on the hike. Score! Afterwards we shared some fried chicken, potato salad, beer and wine at the camper and then said our good-byes to Merri and Graham, and to ...

          Day 26, 27, 28, 29 Seward

          A travel blog entry by tbasler on Jul 29, 2014

          24 photos

          ... was miserable rain and clouds. Got lucky! The captain got us up close and personal to Orchas, humpback whales, otters, seals, puffins, porpoises, and glaciers. He was such an interesting narrator of the whole Resurection Sound, the 1964 earthquake which really altered this landscape, and the Gulf of Alaska. It couldn't have been a better day on the water. The dinner was so so. As usual the salmon was over cooked! We hiked up to Exit Glacier. Along the ...

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          Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, United States
          Mile Post "0" - Seward, Alaska
          Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, United States