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Discover Seward, AK


Onward to Seward, AK for an outdoor adventure trip unlike any other. Seward sits on Resurrection Bay in the Kenai Peninsula. Being this far on Alaska’s southern coast leaves Seward residents and guests a whopping 120 miles from Anchorage and 1,300 miles from Cape Flattery, WA the closest point in the contiguous United States. Due to the Alaska remoteness, you will need to travel to visit other tourist destinations. Soldotna lies less than 100 miles away to the northwest, while Kenai is around 104 miles. When you book a motorhome rental in Seward, be sure you’re ready to be a little bit disconnected from the rest of the world.

Seward may seem like a small, unknown tip of Alaska, but the area actually played an incredibly important role during World War II. The port found within Seward and the fort and airfield built during this time helped the military protect this entrance point to America. None of these sites remain active now, but that doesn’t mean Seward isn’t a booming place to visit.

The Great Outdoors

When you plan a camper rental trip to Seward, you should expect to find yourself in the wilderness a fair amount. You’ll have tons of park options and touring companies are aplenty should you want to play it safe. So, let’s take a look at what’s available for you and your Seward travel trailer rental.

If you like glaciers or snow and ice in general, you’re in luck. There are a series of trail networks that’ll take you to various glaciers in the area. Or, hop on a boating tour to get real up close to them and admire their size and raw beauty.

Smaller parks are available throughout that offer miles upon miles of hiking trails. You’ll stumble across hidden waterfalls, watchful wildlife, and even small bodies of water. Be sure to have all necessary equipment handy and trail maps. Alaska sure is an unforgiving place once you leave the main trail.

Kenai Fjords National Park sits right in Seward and is an interesting location in that the mountains, ice, and the ocean all meet. You’ll notice 40 glaciers flowing in from the Harding Icefield, the park's most famed attraction. Despite the seemingly harsh conditions, wildlife actually thrives here and you’ll more than likely spot some cold-weather critters. Take a boating tour or kayak on the water. Hike through the Harding Icefield. Engage in conservations with the rangers at work. But, most importantly, just embrace the magnificence that is Alaska.

RV Parks

In typical Alaska fashion, you’ll have plenty of overnight campsites available for your Seward motorhome rental. In fact, Seward’s official city website has a specific page dedicated to listing all available city maintained camping opportunities and what they offer. So, if you’re in the early stages of planning, this is a great resource to get an overview of everything available to you before you call to reserve. The majority of the campsites do not have hookups but don’t let that deter you from living among the Alaska wilderness. It’ll be an experience to remember.

There are, of course, privately own RV parks available as well should you want to stay closer to civilization. Unlike the city-owned campsites, the majority in this group offer full hookups for your RV as well as other amenities like washroom and laundry facilities, game rooms, and pools to make your time in Seward more comfortable.

Exploring the City

Should you be interested in sea lions and other seaworthy creatures, point your Seward camper rental towards, there’s the Alaska SeaLife Center. Get up close and personal with some of the native habitats of the area. The center is research-focused, so it’s bound to be very engaging as you learn about the studies going on with the natural world of Alaska.

With fresh knowledge of the surrounding landscape, take your curiosities over to the museums focused on the history and development of modern Alaska. Whether you’re more interested in the Native people that sit at the backbone of Resurrection Bay or a generalized overview of the timeline, Seward will keep you well informed.

Now that you’ve fulfilled the cute animals and local lore part of the trip, head into downtown Seward. The city is full with unique to the area shops and eateries. Expect fresh seafood to be on the menu and handmade items crafted from locally sourced materials. Check out the fish market if you’re in the mood to prepare your own dinner. There’s nothing fishy about Seward as a travel destination, so book an RV in Seward, AK and set out on an adventure to remember.

RV Rentals in Seward, AK

Seward, AK is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Seward. Outdoorsy's Seward RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby

Nearby to Seward are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Kenai Fjords National Park, Chugach State Park, Chugach National Forest, and Independence Mine State Park.

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Check out local hikes, campgrounds, dumpstations, and more!

Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Flattop Mountain Trail Anchorage Alaska
Thunderbird Falls Trail Chugiak Alaska
Bird Ridge Trail Indian Alaska
Mount Baldy Trail Eagle River Alaska
Byron Glacier Trail Girdwood Alaska
South Fork Eagle River Trail Eagle River Alaska
Wolverine Peak Trail Anchorage Alaska
Harding Ice Field Trail Lowell Point Alaska
Winner Creek Trail Girdwood Alaska
Tony Knowles Coastal Trail Anchorage Alaska

Nearby Dumpstations

Kenai Riverside Campground and RV Park

16918 Sterling Hwy. Cooper Landing, AK 99572

Exit Glacier Campground - Kenai Fjords National Park

PO Box 1727 Seward, AK 99664

Cooper Creek NF Campground

Chugach NF, Mile 50.7 Sterling Hwy. S on the Seward Highway to the Sterling Highway. Turn towards Soldotna at the Y. Seward, AK 99664

Bear Creek RV Park

33508 Lincoln Street, From Jct Seward Hwy 9 & Bear Lake Rd, go a bit on Bear Lake Rd (Seward Hwy MP 6.6). Seward, AK 99664

Bertha Creek NF Campground

Chugach NF, located at MP 65.4 of the Seward Highway. Anchorage, AK 99503

Hidden Lake Campground - Kenai National Wildlife Refuge

Skilak Lake Rd, From town, go 22 mi E on Sterling Hwy to milepost 72.5, then 14.5 mi S on Skilak Rd. Kenai-Cook Inlet, AK

Upper Skilak Lake Campground - Kenai National Wildlife Refuge

Unnamed Rd Kenai-Cook Inlet, AK

Kenai Princess Lodge and RV Park

17245 Frontier Circle, From Jct Hwy 9 & Hwy 1 (Sterling Hwy MP 37), go 10.75 mi S on Hwy 1, then 2 mi W on Bean Creek Rd. Cooper Landing, AK 99572

Granite Creek NF Campground

Chugach NF, From Anchorage, go south on Seward Hwy approx 64 mi. Turn at milepost 63, campground is on the left. Anchorage, AK 99503

Caines Head State Recreation Site

No Rd Access, By Foot On The Coastal Trail Or By Boat Seward, AK 99664

Nearby Campgrounds

Seward Silver Salmon Derby

attraction Seward, AK
Do you have a passion for fishing? Then come and test your skills at the Seward Silver Salmon Derby which has been running for the past 60 years, it is one of the oldest and largest fishing derbies in the State. Seward?s Derby is a real crowd pleaser, attracting locals, anglers from around the country and the world. Anglers compete for the largest Coho Salmon and try to catch fish worth as much as $50,000. But it?s not all fun and games, a great portion of the fish are sold to raise funds for researching fish populations and to provide fisheries scholarships. You can support a great cause and have fun!

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