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If you are planning a trip to Alaska, you can experience the region in the comforts of a cheap RV rental. VroomVroomVroom can help you compare rates from top motorhome and campervan hire providers and find you the best deals. Our booking system is simple to use thus saving you time from checking out rates of campers from different websites. 

Go on an adventure in Alaska with an RV rental in Seward

Seward is the perfect destination for adventure-seekers in every season. Visitors can spot some incredible land and marine wildlife in the coastal locations. Cross-country skiing, hiking, mountain climbing, biking, fishing, camping and white water rafting are all popular activities in the area. From Seward you can enjoy unforgettable mountain vistas. Experience the Alaskan wilderness with an RV rental, and stay at one of the many RV and motorhome parks in the region. 

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RV Parks and Campgrounds in Seward

Bear Creek RV Park, located at 33508 Lincoln Street, is nestled in an old-fashioned Alaskan setting, providing amenities for motorhome hire travelers and campervan rental excursionists. Guest convenience is also complemented with newly renovated private restrooms and showers. Full hookups, partial hookups, a dump station, modem hookups, and payphones are available. A laundromat, propane, video rentals, and cable television are on-site services, along with video rentals, and a store. Enjoy fishing and swimming in an adventure at Bear Creek, Bear Lake, or The Fish Weir.

Miller's Landing, located at 13880 Beach Drive, is a vision of Alaskan beauty and a campground situated on Resurrection Bay. Camp under century-old spruce trees and recharge at the nearby lively oceanfront. Fishing, tent camping, and boat watching are enjoyable experiences at the site. Spot eagles piercing through the sky, watch sea lions hunt, or view the sea otters frolicking throughout the day. Plentiful campground services are available. Sea kayaking, glacier tours, electric hookups, a laundry, and showers are complemented at Miller's Landing off Seward Highway South.

Stoney Creek RV Park attracts RV rental vacationers eager to travel the open road and enjoy a comfortable stay. 81 spaces for motorhome rentals are available and accompanied by a host of amenities. Located moments away from Seward Highway, 81 gravel sites, 68 complete hookups, 45 pull-throughs, 28 ft. by 45 ft. back-ins, 13 electric hookups, side-by-side hookups, pull-throughs, and big rig sites are available. Stony Creek park guests have full access to laundry, showers, restrooms, shuttle service, a self-service RV wash, and Wi-Fi. Every site is 30-feet wide with many site lengths 50-feet or longer. Creekside sites feature a fire pit.

Top Attractions in Seward

4th of July Mount Marathon Race is topped off with a night of fireworks at the Seward waterfront and is a one of a kind event. The world famous event begins yearly at midnight and celebrates three individual races. Participants scurry to the top of the 3,022 high Mount Marathon and race back to the start. A greased pole competition, two-on-two basketball, mini races for the very young, and an egg and spoon competition are just a sample of the fun featured near Adams Street every Fourth of July weekend.

Polar Bear Plunge attracts the wild and bold to play dress up in imaginative costumes and plunge into the icy harbor at Resurrection Bay. Held annually following its first celebration in 1986, the event helps to raise awareness and support for the American Cancer Society. Bachelor/bachelorette auctions, lip syncing contests, pub events, turkey bowling, and waiter/waitress contests add up the fun yearly on the third weekend of January.

Whale Migration happens at Resurrection Bay in Seward around spring. Tour across the waters to Kenai Fjords National Park and witness the incomparable annual whale migration. See the beautiful mammals return to the mainland following their seasonal raid to Maui. The whale migration is celebrated during the harbor opening weekend every season around May. It includes festivities, music, and community fun.