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Fall shoulder season rates effective September 1 through October 1
Hookup sites - $20
Dry - $10
Tent - $10

Summer camping season is over. However, some of our campgrounds stay open until it snows.

During the off-season there is no water or trash service.  Please pack out all garbage. Toilet facilities may be unavailable.  (Off season typically begins mid-October).


We do not take reservations for individual campers.  Sites are available on a first-come, first-serve basis only.  



We do, however, take reservations for caravan groups of 10 units or more.  Give us a call for further information.  907-224-4068.


7.15.010 - Camping, municipal


In no event shall camping by one party be allowed for more than 14 consecutive days in one municipal campground 


Campsite dimensions


Electric | (+/-) 35' L x 25' W


Dry | (+/-) 35' L x 20' W



Summer Camping - In effect June 1 through August 31

Unit Type

Rate (per night or per use)

RV – Utility (water/electricity – 50/30/20 amp)

$40

*RV – Dry (no water or electricity)

$20

Tent (2 tents/site maximum)

$10

Shower (10 minutes)

$2

Dump Station

$5

*Discounts available for 7 and 14 night stays. (dry sites only)







Campground

Location

Type

Hookups

Harborside

1118 4th Ave

RV Dry / Tent

No

Alice

Ballaine Blvd

RV Dry / Tent

No

Obihiro

535 Ballaine Blvd

RV Dry / Tent

No

Resurrection

Ballaine Blvd

RV Utility / Tent

Yes

Godwin

Ballaine Blvd

RV Utility / RV Dry / Tent

Yes

Otter Beach

Ballaine Blvd near Parks Playground

Tent

No

Iditarod

Railway Ave

RV Dry / Tent

No

Williams Park

Ballaine Blvd

Small RV’s / Tent

No

Forest Acres

Hemlock Street

RV Dry / Tent

No

Spring Creek

Nash Road

RV Dry / Tent

No

Marathon

Ballaine Blvd

RV Dry / Tent

No




How to Register
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Step 1. Find a site

Step 2. Note the site number and your license plate number and find the nearest pay station located near most campground entrance.  Payment shall be made within 30 minutes of arrival.

Step 3.
 Follow the prompts on the automated pay station
   
Step 4. A permit will be printed.  Place permit in a plastic bag and attach to the clip on the post located on the site, if available, or place in the dash or your vehicle so that it's visible to read from the outside. 

All campgrounds require that patrons self-register by city ordinance. Check out time is 12:00 pm.


If you wish to move sites, you may do so, if payment was made using your license plate number instead of the site number.

Campground Map

Free Shuttle

Here is the Free Shuttle info with map and schedule.

https://sewardcitytours.com/free-shuttle/



Be Bear Aware
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Caravans

Caravans are usually RV camping groups of 10 units or more with one designated trip coordinator.  Groups wishing to stay together can make a reservation and will be assigned specific sites in our established caravan area.  All RV caravan area sites have electric and water hook-ups.  Caravan units will be placed in the Godwin campground in spaces 500-517 or 518-535.

A group tent camping area is available in Forest Acres Campground for organizations and non-profit groups.  Reservation requests must be made by emailing or phoning us at least 30 days in advance.  Pre-payment is required.  You may call for availability         (907) 224-4068 or email .

*We do not take caravan reservations the last week of June through July 7th.*




RV Utility Camping
We upgraded in 2003 and now have 99 "utility" sites that include water and electrical hook-ups. Sites are filled on a first-come, first-serve basis. The current price for a "utility" site is $40 per night.  Some of the utility sites are part of our designated caravan area. These specific sites are available to all campers EXCEPT when caravans are scheduled. Prior to site selections, check the bulletin board for caravan arrival and departure dates and sites that are reserved. In 2017, new picnic tables were purchased, to increase the number available to campers.  These tables are on some sites and are in high demand.


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Campground Volunteer Host Program

Ready Set Go! What Does Preparedness Mean for Area Residents and Visitors?
Posted: 10 Jul 2019 08:00 PM PDT
Evacuations are initiated for various emergency situations in Alaska. During a wildland fire response evacuation planning may be initiated as a precautionary measure. The Swan Lake Fire Incident Management Team, Agency Administrators and the Kenai Peninsula Borough Office of Emergency Management (OEM) personnel are working together to implement a "Ready Set Go!" plan for the Cooper Landing area. How can you do your part? When notifications are released, residents and visitors are asked to actively participate at each level for their individual safety and for the safety of the first responders and wildland firefighters.
LEVEL 1: “BE READY” for a potential evacuation. Get your evacuation supplies together.
Residents should be aware of the danger that exists in their area, monitor emergency services websites and local media outlets for information. This is the time for preparation and precautionary movement of persons with mobility concerns, pets and livestock. If conditions worsen, emergency services personnel may contact you through the emergency notification system “KPBalerts.” Residents and visitors should always practice a “Be Ready” state of preparedness regardless of conditions. Creating defensible space around your property is an effective way "Be Ready." Click HERE for Firewise Alaska information.

LEVEL 2: "BE SET" to evacuate. You must prepare to leave at a moment’s notice.

This level indicates there is significant danger to your area. At “Be Set” residents have two options: (1) Don’t wait! Voluntarily relocate to a shelter or with family/friends outside of the affected area; or (2) Be ready to evacuate at a moment’s notice. Residents will NOT have time to gather necessary items if not already completed during the Level 1: “Be Ready.” THIS MAY BE THE ONLY NOTICE THAT YOU RECEIVE. Emergency services cannot guarantee that they will be able to notify you if conditions rapidly deteriorate. Area media services will be asked to broadcast periodic updates. If available, Community Emergency Response Team volunteers (CERT) in green vests may conduct door-to-door notifications with local law enforcement officers.

LEVEL 3: "GO" EVACUATE NOW! LEAVE IMMEDIATELY!

Danger to your area is current or imminent, and you should evacuate immediately. If you choose to ignore this advisement, you must understand that emergency services may not be available to assist you further. DO NOT delay leaving to gather any belongings or make efforts to protect your home. THIS WILL BE THE LAST NOTICE THAT YOU RECEIVE. Entry to evacuated areas may be denied until conditions are safe. Area radio and TV stations have been asked to broadcast periodic updates. These stations and the blog www.kpboem.com  will actively notify residents when it is safe to re-enter the evacuated area.

To build a seven day emergency kit, create a family plan or for more information on wildland fire preparedness before, during and after an evacuation, visit the Kenai Peninsula Borough OEM webpage at https://www.kpb.us/emergency-mgmt/disaster/fire.



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. 


City of Seward • P.O. Box 167, 410 Adams Street City Hall Building • Seward, Alaska 99664 • (907) 224-3331
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