Seward Alaska Campground, Cabin, Fishing, Sea Kayaking, Tours
 

Seward Alaska - Campgrounds

Campground Rates:

Tent Sites:  $27*/night
RV sites (with electric hookups):  $37*/night
*based on 4 guest occupancy
$5/night each extra guest

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Campground Amenities

Oceanfront and Wooded Sites
Hot Showers ($1 for 2 minutes)
Laundry facilities

Electric hookups
Campground store open from 6 AM to 11 PM Daily
Bait, tackle, ice, snacks, groceries and gifts
Fishing licenses & Derby Tickets
Free coffee every day!
Fishing advice 5 cents: guaranteed effective or your nickel back
Million dollar view of the ocean from our campground store
Warm woodstove to sit by, drink coffee, meet people, relax, and enjoy the view
Friendly, helpful staff to provide information on fishing and tours
4x4 tractor boat launching
Picnic tables and campfire pits
Multi station fish cleaning area
Weekly Fun filled activities at our lodge
Wireless Internet Access available for purchase in the campground* free to use in the store facility*
Campground Services

Fishing Charters
Sightseeing Charters
Boat and motor rentals
Sea Kayak rentals, Lessons, Guided Tours
Water Taxi Services
     Remote Cabins on Resurrection Bay
     5 State Marine Parks
     Kenai Fjords National Park and Wildlife Refuge
     State Park Cabin Drop-Off & Pick-Up
     National Park Cabin Drop-Off & Pick-Up
     Sea Kayak Drop-Offs and Pick-Up
     Transport ServicesSightseeing: ride the taxi on it's rounds
Reservations for oceanfront cabins, B&B's & lodges
Fishing Pole Rentals for Beach fishing or Boat fishing
Beach fishing from campground for salmon
Complimentary Tour Reservation Booking Services for:
     Scenic & Adventure Tours
     River Fishing
     Sea-Life Center Tours
     Exit Glacier Tours
Excellent Birding Opportunities
Excellent Photo Opportunities


  Walk/Hiking: Our beach: 1 mile long; Tonsina Creek: 1.5 miles;
Caine's Head Trail: 5 miles (ranked in top 10 Alaskan hiking trails); into Seward: 3 miles
 
"What I love about Miller's Landing is that it is a bit of the real Alaska set in one of the most heavily visited spots in the state. Real people own it and real people work there, not managed by some slick Outside company. Sure, the facilities are rustic and a little out of date, but that, to me, is part of the charm of this place (I might note, however, that their boats they use for charters are top rate). Neighborhood dogs roam the area, just like in the bush villages, and there are a couple who would join me for my early morning daily walk. They were good company. I found the employees friendly and helpful (for instance, our picnic table was listing to port, so I mentioned it to one of the employees, and it was fixed and ready for heavy duty picnicking within the hour). We have two young daughters, and they love the place like myself and my wife.

I would unabashedly recommend Miller's Landing to any and all. It's a great place to visit with genuine people running the place. I might note to some of the complainers that there is great power in a smile and a friendly hello. You might be amazed at the response you will get, especially from good Alaskans like those who run and manage and work at Miller's Landing ."
TripAdvisor: ReluctantRVer
June 2009 | Trip type: Family

Where to find an RV:

Renting an RV can be a great way to explore Alaska - whether you want to camp along the road or stay in a campground, an RV can offer a lot of freedom. The fall is typically the best time to book, and some great specials can be typically found in May, early June, or August/September! Try some of the great companies listed below:

ABC Motorhome & Car Rental in Anchorage: http://www.abcmotorhome.com/

A&M RV Rental Anchorage: http://www.gorv.com/

Great Alaskan Holidays in Anchorage: http://www.greatalaskanholidays.com/