The City of Seward has seven separate campground locations, six locations within Seward RV Waterfront Park: Iditarod, Resurrection (utility area), Marathon, Harborside, Alice, William's Park (for smaller RVs and Tent camping) Our community invites you to stay and play and experience the abundant winter recreational opportunities available in the area. Stay at the Waterfront Park in a small section of Resurrection Campground where the scenery is breathtaking. The cost to camp is $5 a night for Dry camping, or if you need electric hook-ups, camping is $20 per nighg for Seward Alaska RV Parks. Self-contained RV units only, as our water is off and the dump station is closed for the cold season. Garbage service is also not available and must be hauled home or off-site. Campers are required to self-register prior to camping. Use the pay station located at the north entrance of the winter camping area of Resurrection Campground. We work to provide snow and ice removal. Be warned, however, that conditions change rapidly and often in Seward. Campers must use common sense and caution in the winter camping area. Watch for snow, ice, and uneven surfaces.
We stayed at Iditarod, which we liked the best as it offered more expansive views since its around the corner. Plus, its much closer to town and Seward has great bars/restaurants and shops.
A great spot to set up a tent back from the water where trees provide some shelter from the wind. It is well maintained and basic. The sites have fire pits and picnic tables. Some sites have lots of trees and some have pretty sparse tree coverage. You have a pretty good selection on sites. Sites with trees come in handy when you need traps for rain protection. A pretty good campground in Seward's camping offerings.
Great access to fishing in Resurrecton bay! Campsites are right on the water and the views are amazing. That being said it does get filled up early on weekends. Since it's right in Seward, you'll have everything you could possibly need within walking distance.
This campground is perfectly located right between downtown Seward and Resurrection Bay. It is not very private or exceptionally quiet, but the price ($10 for tents!) and the views make up for it. We stayed here for 6 nights this month and it was great. The showers weren't the cleanest I've ever seen, but the water was hot and we never had to wait too long. It is first come-first serve and I know that it can be hard to find an RV spot depending on the time of the week, but we had several tent sites to choose from.