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Camping On Alaska’s Resurrection Bay in Seward!
I had the wonderful opportunity to return to Alaska last week. I traveled to the remote and isolated Bristol Bay region with my husband and three children. After renting a wonderful log cabin in Dillingham for four nights, we headed to Anchorage and toured around for two days. I didn’t camp in Alaska on this trip because it simply wasn’t feasible to bring our travel trailer up there. (Bristol Bay is inaccessible by road, so it wasn’t an option to bring our travel trailer up there!)
While we were in Anchorage, we had fabulous clear blue skies so we decided to take a road trip out to Seward. I love Seward and we have camped there many times. On this trip. we only had a few hours so I had to content myself with touring around, taking photos, and checking out the town’s waterfront campground. Known as the Resurrection Campground, the sites sit right there on the water and offer fabulous views of the scenery at hand. When we were there last Thursday, the campground was pretty quiet but the views were awesome. The cruise ships often pass right by and fishing boats travel in and out of the harbor right there as well. If you find yourself headed out to Seward, Alaska this summer, by all means put this campground on your list. It is first come first serve, so it’s probably best to arrive before the weekend crowds hit! For additional information on Seward, check out their official website.
Photo by Melissa A. Trainer
–Melissa A. Trainer