Miller’s Landing is accessed via Lowell Point Road, a beautiful 2.5 mile dirt road bordered by the mountain and Resurrection Bay. It’s hard to drive down without spotting Stellar Sea Lion, Sea Otter, Eagles, and more! There are salmon of all species fished for and caught right off the roadway as well, and many areas to pull aside to take a photo along the way. The dirt road does have it’s drawbacks – the City of Seward manages the maintenance for the road and the residents of Lowell Point, and after a heavy rain the road generally has potholes. It is narrow in some places and driving the road in a motor home can be slow, but many people do it every day in the summer. The City is generally quick about it’s maintenance, though sometimes it can be a day or so before it is graded – be aware! We recently purchased the property North to us, which has a dry campground as well! Formerly the “Silver Derby” campground, we’ve named it Miller’s Landing North or the Annex. This campground is bordered by Spruce Creek on one side, and the ocean on the other! It has a 4 person outhouse and is approximately 2 blocks or a 5 minute walk from the camp store and facilities at Miller’s Landing down the beach. This campground does not have running water or electricity, and again is a 5 minute walk to our laundry/shower house and plumbed bathrooms. It offers fantastic views and great fishing, and we look forward to improving it as the years go on! It is a great spot for tent camping and dry motor home camping, and we often rent out the whole area for weddings, family reunions, and events.