We have a lot of options for navigating around the great Seward area - city maps, trail maps, and road maps! 

For a good selection of local trail maps, visit our very own Trails PageChugach National Forest or Alaska State Park websites. You can also stop into the Chamber of Commerce when you’re in town and we can point you in the right direction.

For 2022, the shuttle will operate from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. with the first and last stop being the Seward Cruise Ship Terminal. The 5-mile route takes about 30 minutes to complete - stops are not timed. Be sure to look for FREE SHUTTLE printed in red and the blue and white SHUTTLE STOP signs at...

Established in 1964, Seward’s boat harbor welcomes a variety of vessels including the local fishing fleet, charting fishing boats, tour boats, the US Coast Guard Cutter Mustang, and more. A certified Alaska Clean Harbor, dedicated staff strive to maintain one of the premier ports in the Pacific.

There are a variety of maintained trails in the surrounding public lands and some right in town! Start with these local favorites, or explore the other trail options at our nearby public lands by visiting the Chugach National Forest, Kenai Fjords National Park, or Alaska State Parks.

The land around Seward is vast and unique, full of beautiful panoramas where mountains, forests, ice, and ocean meet. With an abundance of recreational opportunities right at our doorstep, we’re happy these public lands are in our backyard.