Is anyone down in the Seward City Campground? Just wondering how busy it is. Not going down until Friday so realize it can change but a bit concerned to head down due to the coming 4th of July weekend. Thoughts anyone what good backup would be?
Our first choice is the government campground, Trail River, not too far up the road from Seward. It would make a nice "fall back" for you. We have also used Stoney Creek CG, a few miles before you get to Seward. Stoney is a nice place be it a large gravel parking lot type of CG.
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We were there Memorial Day weekend and plenty of sites when we got there on Saturday. Ended up moving down to the city park next to the Sea Life center even after we had paid for a site near the boat docks. Got a new permit and just reference the old one without putting in any more money. Have to say the Sea Life center is worth the $20.
Is the 4th going to be taken on this weekend or the next? I'd leave something to grab the first site you find and then go looking for something better.
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Thanks for the suggestions great feedback. I have been at the waterfront before which is the city campgrounds. Walking distance to the playground (kids) and the town area - is the Sea Life Center different? Didn't know about that will be googling it and the Trail River
Don't forget, Seward has the summit race on the 4th and the norm is, NO space available after Wed until after the 4th weekend, unless there has been a change in the last couple years. We have friends there right now, both in the city parking area and the government campgrounds, with them saying it is filling fast yesterday......Good luck.
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