Seward Waterfront Park extends from the small boat harbor to the SeaLife Center and contains paid tent and RV camping, playgrounds, a skate park, picnicing areas, beach access, and a trail lined with historical landmarks. The trail starts out of town at Mile 5 and continues through the small boat harbor, along the shoreline near all the RV and tent campgrounds, and ends at the SeaLife Center. Various monuments and landmarks can be found along the trail, such as Founder's Monument, Mile 0 of the Historic Iditarod Trail, and the Old Railroad Depot.
Don't forget to watch for wildlife while you learn about Seward's history! As you walk on the path along the beach and the boat harbor, you can get great views of bald eagles, sea birds, sea otters, and sometimes sea lions and harbor seals. And even the occasional whale!
There are six separate camping areas along Seward Waterfront Park. Rates range from $10 (tent only) to $40 (RV with electric and water).
Coin operated showers are available, 10 minutes at $2.