Pavilions & Fields Reservation and Parks
Pavilion, Gazebo & Ball field Reservations
Facility Rental Application and Use Agreement
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To reserve a pavilion for any group’s exclusive use, the Facility Rental Application & Use Agreement must be completed and turned into Latesha Layne
Your Permit Application must be signed by police agents if use of alcohol is requested.
Please Note: As a courtesy SPRD will send your alcohol permit request to the Chief of Police for approval. However, ultimately this is your responsibility. You can drop by Dispatch (1st floor) of City Hall and request approval. We do not take reservations for the Branson pavilion July 3rd through July 5th.
Branson Pavilion: 9:00 am to 1:00 pm; 1:30 pm to 5:30 pm; 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm
First Lake Gazebo: Any four-hour block of time until 8:00 pm
Rotary Gazebo: Any 4-hour block of time until 10:00 pm
Citizen's Pavilion: Any four-hour block of time until 10:00 pm
Jon Perry (JP) Field, Ryan M. Lewis (Lewi) Memorial Field and the Seward Little League (SLL) field rental fees:
$25 per six hours or $50 per full-day | 10 am to 10 pm or dusk, whichever comes first.
Note: Softball field reservations do NOT include Citizen's pavilion. The pavilion must be reserved separately and must be specified on your facility rental application.
Refunds are not available if there is a cancellation by the group, due to weather or other circumstances. Reservations may be changed before noon of the previous business day, only if the SPRD calendar allows. The risk of “no refund” and “no re-schedule” is assumed by the group at the time of the reservation and payment.
Branson Pavilion - Covered Patio area is included in the Branson Reservation. Horseshoe pit and/or grassy knoll are NOT included in the reservation, but can be requested if needed. The pavilion has five power outlets inside and one outside. The Branson Pavilion can be reserved up to 365 days in advance.
Branson Pavilion (inside) Branson Pavilion (inside)
Rotary Gazebo First Lake Gazebo
Citizen's Field Pavilion
Maximum Occupant Load of 100 Persons
When you reserve a pavilion, please note the area is a rustic, outdoor area opened to the public in the last frontier of rugged Alaska. We do our best to sweep, clean and empty trash for your reservation. However, if you’re expecting non-dusty, sanitary shiny surfaces, perhaps Seward’s outdoor venues are not for you. If you are seeking a classier, indoor, controlled environment, please research locations with the Seward Chamber of Commerce,
www.seward.com, 224-8051, who can point you to venues ranging from clean and bright to posh and luxurious. Please do not ‘over-expect’ from our outdoor pavilions or gazebos. Visit them, first.
Consider our outdoor venues for your next family occasion!
Our goal is to provide "Mountains of Recreation" to all residents and visitors to Seward, AK. We are a small department with big dreams, great staff, diverse programs and quality recreation. We offer a wide variety of indoor and outdoor programs and / or activities for all ages, abilities and activity-levels.
Founder's Day Park
Larry Urbach Park
Pat Williams Park
Benny Benson Memorial & Lagoon
Two Lakes Park and Trail -
Click here for Trail Map and Information Whale Tale Wayside / Bus Stop
3rd Avenue Park (3rd Avenue just North of the ASLC)
Evan Casey Skate Park (Ballaine & Adams)
PARKS Playground (Next to Skate Park)
Waterfront Tot Lot (On Ballaine next to Little League Field)
Forest Acres Park (Dimond across the street from the ARMY Rec Camp)
Gateway Park (Dora Way)
Pavilion, Picnic Areas, Ball Fields & Gazebos
Branson Pavilion (has 11 picnic tables)
Wellington Picnic Area
Two Lakes Gazebo (1st Lake Area)
Lowell Canyon Picnic Area (Lowell Canyon Road)
Little League field (Ballaine and 4th)
Jon Perry and Ryan M. Lewis Memorial Field (Located behind the Cemetery)