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Trailer

Trailers for all types of towing vehicles, including SUVs and pickups.

Folding Trailer

Trailers you can tow with passenger vehicles or SUVs. A great way to transform average cars into adventure cars.

Fifth-Wheel

Larger trailers that attach to towing vehicles with a gooseneck extension in the truck bed.

Toy Hauler

Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.

Utility Trailer

All other types of towable trailers.

All drivables

Class C

Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.

Camper Van

The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.

Class B

A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.

Class A

Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.

Truck Camper

If you can drive a truck, you can drive a truck camper. Makes roughing it significantly less rough.

Other

All other types of drivable vehicles.

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Discover Kenai Fjords National Park


Kenai Fjords National Park is situated on the Kenai Peninsula, in far southern Alaska. This large finger of land juts into the Gulf of Alaska and, from there, the North Pacific Ocean. The national park is in a very remote area with the small town of Seward, which sits just east of the park's boundaries, being the only larger, local community. The nearest larger town is Kenai, which is around 100 miles to the northwest, while the nearest large city is Anchorage, at around 120 miles to the north.

A fjord is defined as a narrow inlet of the sea that travels between steep cliffs. This perfectly describes the landscape where Kenai Fjords National Park is situated. Rugged, rocky, snow-capped mountains surround the glacial-blue water that the park is known for. There are so many activities available here, both on land and via the water, you won't have time to get bored!

Getting Outdoors

Renting an RV near Kenai Fjords National Park allows you the best opportunity to enjoy all the recreational activities it makes available. You can wander the rugged coastline in the area. There are also far more strenuous trails that traverse the nearby mountains and ice fields. Due to their difficulty level, it is recommended that only experienced adventurers attempt these. Flightseeing is another prime way to view the park. This allows you an expansive view of the region's water bodies and mountains, from above. Both guided hiking and bush plane tours are available locally

As Kenai Fjords National Park's name would suggest, many of the activities available here are based around the water. Sightseeing tours are very popular here, to help you see the local cliffs, glaciers, and sea life up close. Whether you're interested in a boat ride, or you want to paddle your own sea kayak, guided tours are available from many local vendors.

There is an eclectic variety of wildlife found at Kenai Fjords National Park. These include whales, dolphins, and seals that swim in the nearby waters as well as the bear, moose, and other critters you can see onshore. Birdwatching is another popular activity available at the park as many species have their summer breeding grounds in the nearby area. When recreating at the park, visitors should always be on the lookout for the large mammals that make their homes here and give them plenty of space. It is also important to note that winter reigns supreme in this area. While snowy conditions can occur throughout the year, the winter season usually lasts until June and can start as early as September.

Camping at Kenai Fjords National Park

You shouldn't have any trouble finding a place to camp with an RV near this park. There are no RV spots within the park itself, but there are plenty of privately-owned and National Forest Service campgrounds located throughout the local area.

The Seward KOA Journey is located on the north side of town. Campsites that offer hookups, as well as WiFi, are available. There is also a bathroom, a laundry facility, a playground for the children, and showers with heated floors! The camp is open around the first of June through the end of September, and pets are also welcome.

There are many national forest campgrounds as well as those run by the city located nearby. Some of these locations offer hookups, which others are quite rustic in nature. Some even sit on the coast and provide scenic water views of Resurrection Bay, nearby. As there is a multitude of incredible sights to see in the local area, many people enjoy RV camping near Kenai Fjords National Park, so you should be able to locate any services you may need.

Exploring the Area

When you book an RV near Kenai Fjords National Park, you will find many interesting places to visit. There are multiple visitor centers located at the park. They highlight how the park's land features were formed, the ecosystems found here, and give information on the animals that live within the park's boundaries. There are also some ranger-led programs and educational videos available. National park RV camping makes it easy to engage in activities the whole family can enjoy.

The Alaska SeaLife Center is in Seward. This aquarium showcases the sea life that is commonly found in the local waters. Critters ranging from seals to puffins, and other water birds, are highlighted. Educational information is provided for the various species that are featured, including short movies.

Check out the Chugach Heritage Center, which is also located in Seward. The museum highlights the history and culture of the Chugach tribe and how they came to live in this area. The history of the fishing industry in the local area is discussed, as well. Works of art from members of the tribe are also on display.

When you've been looking for a place to visit that offers incredible scenery, consider camping near the Kenai Fjords National Park. View some unusual animals, take a boat ride past some glaciers, or learn about the history of the local area. Camp in an RV near Seward and enjoy your time on Alaska's southern shore.

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds


  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Caines Head Trail, AKSeward, AK
  • Mount Marathon, Race Point, AKSeward, AK
  • Harding Ice Field Trail, AKKenai Fjords National Park, AK
  • Exit Glacier Trail, AKKenai Fjords National Park, AK
  • Lost Lake Trail, AKSeward, AK
  • Bear Lake Trail, AKSeward, AK
  • Greyling Lake Trail, AKSeward, AK
  • Lost Lake via Primrose Trail, AKChugach National Forest, AK
  • Ptarmigan Lake Trail, AKChugach National Forest, AK
  • Stetson Creek Trail, AKChugach National Forest, AK

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