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Seward Accommodations & Lodges

Eshamy Bay Lodge 
(907) 440-7978
Eshamy Bay Lodge is located in Prince William Sound, reachable only by boat or floatplane, and while the remote location is sure to give you a true Alaska wilderness experience, the lodge is also filled with the sort of comforts you don’t want to give up, such as heated rooms, hot showers, flushing toilets and freshly prepared meals created and served to you each day. The lodge has a maximum capacity of 8- to 12 guests and the limited size enables personalized service.

Hotel Seward
(907) 224-8001
Whether visiting Seward for the world-class fishing, the SeaLife Center, glacier tours and whale-watching or some combination of all the above, Hotel Seward is ready and waiting for you right in downtown. Enjoy a meal at Ms. Gene’s Palace while staying in one of their top-quality rooms, feeling refreshed and relaxed each morning as you set out on your day’s adventure. 

Grande Alaska Lodge
(907) 224-3300
If you’re looking for the perfect spot to spend a night, the weekend or even an extended stay amid the exceptional scenery Seward has to offer, the Grande Alaska Lodge is just the spot. The lodge can handle up to 20 guests at a time, providing cozy guest rooms, an executive suite and delicious meals served every day. In addition to the breakfasts, lunches and dinners prepared fresh in their kitchen, the lodge offers boxed lunches to take on your Seward fishing adventures. And fishing excursions are available right here, as the lodge also operates three charter vessels to target the area’s halibut, salmon, lingcod and rockfish (hunting trips and tours are available, too). To make sure that last little detail is handled, your catch is even processed through their sister company, J-Dock Seafood. All you’ll need to do is get it home and enjoy.

Seward Windsong Lodge
(907) 224-7116
Just outside Seward, a short trip down the winding road to Exit Glacier, you’ll find Seward Windsong Lodge nestled among the towering mountains, fragrant spruce trees and the rushing Resurrection River. With 180 rooms available in 15 cabins, the lodge also features the Goliath Bar & Grill, open mid-May to mid-September and offering a wide selection of great Alaskan beers. Also on-site, the Resurrection Roadhouse features spectacular views of the Resurrection River Valley, a relaxed atmosphere and cuisine that’s certain to impress. 

Seward Charter Operators & Guides

The Fish House
(800) 257-7760 • (907) 224-3674
Locally owned and operated by the Clemens family since 1974 The Fish House offers over 40 vessels ready to charter and over 30,000 square feet of retail floor space, making it your true one-stop shop for marine supplies, RV supplies, tackle, ammo, clothing and great gifts to take back home.

Dragon Fly Fishing Guides
(907) 491-1018
DragonFly Fishing Guides offers a range of wilderness fly-fishing adventures, including fully-customizable trips across the Kenai Peninsula to any of hundreds of lakes and streams only accessible only by hiking, giving anglers an opportunity to experience wild, remote Alaska at its finest.

Alaska Northern Outfitters
(907) 224-2665
Come aboard the M/V Sea Quest and join Alaska Northern Outfitters for a day on their fishing grounds outside Resurrection Bay. Take in the views of the surrounding beauty and wildlife while riding comfortably and quickly to secret spots on their 46-foot catamaran. Targets include world-class halibut, salmon, lingcod and other species of rockfishSeveral types of fishing charters are offered from May through September.

Kenai Riverside Fishing
(907) 783-2928
Part of Alaska Wildland Adventures, a longtime operator of guided fishing trips on the Kenai Peninsula, the fishing program at beautiful Kenai Riverside Lodge includes day-trips into Resurrection Bay from Seward, targeting explosive silver salmon in August and September. Itineraries are flexible to accommodate each group.

Alaskan Fishing Adventures
(800) 548-3474
Operating fishing charters and lodges on the Kenai Peninsula for four decades now, Tim Berg’s Alaskan Fishing Adventures offer anglers access to the world-famous Kenai and Kasilof rivers, as well as providing saltwater fishing for halibut, salmon, lingcod and rockfish from their fleet of charter boats in both Seward and Homer.

Seward Outdoor Equipment and Tackle Shops

The Fish House
(800) 257-7760 • (907) 224-3674
Locally owned and operated by the Clemens family since 1974 The Fish House offers over 40 vessels ready to charter and over 30,000 square feet of retail floor space, making it your true one-stop shop for marine supplies, RV supplies, tackle, ammo, clothing and great gifts to take back home.

Seward Fish Processing & Seafood Retail

J-Dock Seafood Co.
(888) 2J-DOCK
J-Dock Seafood Company is a family-owned and operated fish-processing company and fresh Alaska seafood market, conveniently located right near the Seward Boat Harbor. J-Dock Seafood Company has been the drop-off point for sport-fish processing since 1993, and their facilities are inspected and approved by the State of Alaska and FDA. All of the company’s wild salmon and seafood gifts are processed using state-of-the-art fish-processing equipment, and whether you’re looking to have your own catch cared for or purchasing fish gifts for friends or family, J-Dock is a great place to start.

T-N-T Custom Smoke & Processing
(907) 224-5545
T-N-T offers great quality fish and seafood at the lowest prices. Located at Herman Leirer/Seward Highway (Road to Exit Glacier), just a short drive from the Seward Boat Harbor. T-N-T offers complete care of sport-caught fish from custom cut, vac/freeze, to smoking a variety of flavors, plus FedEx shipping. Additionally they have fresh or frozen fish (and a variety of seafood), gourmet smoked boneless/skinless strips, fillets and a variety of smoked/canned fish. Open 7 days, 8 am-10 pm. 

Seward Miscellaneous Services

Seward Chamber of Commerce
(907) 224-8051
Your visit to Seward starts here, with the Seward Chamber bringing together a wealth of private enterprises operating to fill your vacations with unmatched Alaska memories. If you want to take scenic glacier and wildlife cruises, opt for a kayak tour, a sailing adventure or some world-class fishing for halibut, salmon or other species, this is where you start. Check out the Visit Seward! section of their website for itinerary ideas, and then check out the business directory.


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