Camping in Seward is both magnificent and affordable, placing this seaside destination
very high on our list of places to visit during your travels through Alaska. Seward Campgrounds
is our attempt to bring to you the large variety of choices in camping styles you will find
in and around the town of Seward.
Lining up at the pull-out along Exit Glacier Road before trying out the sled
dog rides from Iditirod Musher Mitch Seavey Ididaride. http://www.ididaride.com.
Camping in Seward Alaska
One of the first things you will note upon entering Seward is that your options for camping
are diverse and numerous. there is the waterfront campgrounds offered by the city, tent campgrounds,
rv parks, roadside parking and much much more. Few towns in Alaska can compete with the diversity
of camping opportunities found in Seward AK. Let's take a moment to discuss the choices you're
about to be presented with so get a cold drink and put your feet up as we walk you through the
campgrounds of Seward Alaska.
few notes about the campgrounds in Seward operated by the city of Seward. The city has passed
an ordinance prohibiting the consumption of alcohol in public places including campgrounds.
While this ordinance may seem pretty strict once you see how enjoyable this town is for the
entire family we believe you too will be happy to spend time in the parks and campgrounds of
Campgrounds in Seward Alaska
Spring Creek Campground - City of Seward — A primitive camping area
located 5 miles down Nash Road offering an excellent panoramic view of the City of Seward located
across the bay from Spring Creek Campground.
Forest Acres Campground -
City of Seward — located 2 miles north of town
just off the Seward Highway on Hemlock Street just in front of the Army's Seward Military Resort.
RV Parks in Seward Alaska
Stoney Creek RV Park - Seward, AK. — All sites have water, sewer, electric, cable TV, phone
and shuttle bus provides transportation to and from downtown Seward.
Bear Creek RV Park - Seward, AK. — 33508 Lincoln St, Seward, AK - ½
mile up Bear Lake Road from the Seward Highway at milepost 6.6 northbound from Seward.
Things to see and do in Seward Alaska!
Campgrounds on the Seward Highway