Seward Waterfront Park

Seward Waterfront Park. The City of Seward operates 10 municipal campgrounds in Seward with over 500 spaces. Most of these campgrounds are located along the waterfront with the best ocean views in the State.

99 sites have electric hookups. There is also water and toilets available, playgrounds, picnic tables and beach access. Campers are required to register in advance. During peak season from June through August, these campsites fill up quickly.

There is a free public dump station at the corner of B Street and Ballaine Blvd. that has easy access for any size RV.

The Municipal Campgrounds are:

Iditarod Campground

This is a RV accessible campground with only dry campsites available. It is located near the Alaska SeaLife Center.

Resurrection & Resurrection South Campgrounds

These campgrounds offer dry campsites, Partial Hookups (electric only) and tent camping. Located off Ballaine Blvd. These are the two largest municipal campgrounds in Seward.

Marathon Campground & Harborside Campgrounds

These two campsites offer dry RV campsites with excellent views over Resurrection Bay. Marathon Campground is at the north end of Ballaine Blvd and Harborside Campground is at 1118 4th Ave.

Alice Campground & Boulder Campground

These small municipal campgrounds are on the waterfront and have both dry RV sites and tent sites. At the north end of Ballaine Blvd.

Williams Campground

This is a tent only campground located on the west side of Ballaine Blvd, but still right next to Resurrection Bay.

Forest Acres Campground

This campground has dry RV sites and tent camping. It is located 2 miles north of town off the Seward Highway at Hemlock Street.

Spring Creek Campground

This campground has dry RV sites and tent camping available. It is over 8 miles from downtown Seward on Nash Road. It is on the opposite side of Resurrection Bay from the city of Seward.

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