Alaska is a vast area encompassing environments as varied as high mountains to tundra. But the state also features the longest coastline in the United States. One great place to experience the charm of an Alaskan seaside villiage is Seward.
Seward is one of the oldest cities in southcentral Alaska, and is located at the head of Resurrection Bay on the Kenai Peninsula. The drive from Anchorage to Seward will take you south down the Seward Highway National Scenic Byway and All-American Road. The 127 mile drive includes fantastic scenery and opportunities for wildlife viewing. Give yourself plenty of time to pull over and enjoy the best Alaska has to offer.
The city of Seward includes both municipal and private campgrounds that accommodate RVs.
Municipal campground charges are $15 per RV and $30 for spots that include water and electric. They do not take reservations for individual campers. The great thing about these campgrounds is that many are located on the waterfront.
There are several privately owned and operated campgrounds in the Seward area as well as along the highway.
There is also a military run campground in the Seward area for soldiers and their families.
Seward's unique location offers water based activities as well as opportunities to experience the Chugach National Forest. Some highlights of a trip to Seward can inculde:
A visit to the Alaska Sealife Center
Hiking to Exit Glacier
There is even a skateboard park to entertain the teens and tweens in your party!
Alaska RV Rental
If you're ready to book your trip to Seward, look no further than ABC Motorhome & Car Rentals for your motorhome or truck camper rental. We’ve been serving Alaska and its visitors since 1985 with top-notch customer service. Contact us at 907-279-2000 or 800-421-7456 for details, or make a reservation online.