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If you don't plan on sitting by the campfire but exploring Seward then this is the spot for you. Must be military or DOD to stay here but it is lower and cheaper price than anywhere else in Seward. RV sites are close and tight together like a parking lot. There is a store along with showers available and a restaurant during summer months. Beautiful mountain views in all directions help cushion the blow of this tight fit. Close to downtown and the harbor, we used our bicycles to get around town.
This Yurt Village has just about everything you could need for mix between tent camping and hotel stay:
- Small, shared kitchen and dinning with a fridge, grill, and free make your own waffle/donut bar in the morning
- Group fire pit with benches and hammocks
- 2 showers, 3 toilets with towels, mirror, blow dryer and mirror
- Electricity in the yurt to charge your phone
- wifi in the common area
- fan and mini heater for the yurt
- linens provided
We stayed in the Halibut Yurt. It was stocked with some reading material and bear safety kit. The yurts aren't far apart, but separated by cute paths among the woods. Our bed wasn't the most comfortable, but that is our only small complaint with this camping space. The host was nice and the campground was very clean. It is 7 miles from downtown Seward and there is a bike path almost the whole way into town.
WI think a mile walking distance to downtown Seward. A City shuttle comes for free a couple tines a day. There fishING resources to rent. Cavins, yurts and camp sites. Late August the silver back salmon run. We caught one. The Alaska Coas talk train and Exit Glacier are awesome destinations. Resort staff are helpful
Although this campsite doesn’t have the best views to offer it is ideal for the location. Juat far enough out of town that you can find some quiet while being continently close to Safeway and the Cup (a drive through coffee shop). The camp itself has a playground and basketball courts and tennis courts for fun and you’re also just a few blocks from the elementary school playground as well.
Seward Military Resort was out last campground of our 8 night trip. We used the resort to set up our tent and venture out into Seward to go ice climbing on the nearby Exit Glacier (pictures and video below). The site is on the small side and really close to one other tent site and the yurts. No mosquitoes, people adhere to quiet hours, and it's close to a wealth of activities in Seward.