King, red and silver salmon abound in Resurrection Bay as do halibut, cod, rock fish & more. There are shrimp and some crab too.
Stream & Beach Fishing are enjoyed around Seward & the Kenai Peninsula too. If you are nice we might even tell you where!
For hikers there are plenty of trails to climb for every level. Mt. Alice is a great hike too. And in July the famous blueberries of Seward are plentiful!
Moose, bear, porcupine, fox, rabbit, Eagles, stellar sea lions, seals, porpoise and SEAOTTERS to name a few can be seen around Seward. Whales are February visitors of Resurrection Bay and sometimes can be seen in the summer too.
The original Iditarod Trailhead is here in Seward. There are summer dog sledding/mushing rides available. This picture was taken on the 100th Anniversary of the "serum run" and is one of Seavey's teams.
There are glaciers to see, Mt. Marathon to climb, Lowell Point Beach to trek to and wait 12 hours to return from and on rainy days a library to visit. Exit Glacier is 15 miles from here and offers a nice walk to or a healthy hike up to for close and personal viewing.
The Alaska Sea Life Center is one of the favorite spots for marine life and our famous stellar sea lion "Woody." This is a treat for all ages and conditions.
Kyak , Bike, Car, Sailboats etc. are available for rental locally.