Seward Koa

Seward, Alaska

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We are a new campground, opened in 2019. We have mostly pull through sites, 50 amps, and big rig friendly. We have free showers, and laundry facilities. We are close to Exit glacier and also 5 minutes from down town Seward. Within waking distance are 2 restaurants, 3 bars, a hardware store, doctors office, and dog sled tours. Our quiet location is next to resurrection river looking up the down the valley of Exit Glacier.

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Adventures Nearby

  • Climb Mount Alice

    This hike starts at 0 feet elevation on the side of Resurrection Bay opposite of Seward. Travelling south from Anchorage, take a left turn onto Nash Road a couple of miles before getting into Seward itself. Follow Nash Road for a few miles, past c...

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  • Hike to Callisto Canyon Cabin

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