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The Weather in Seward
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your vacation. On average, the warmest month is July. On the contrary, the coolest month is January. Bring your umbrella in September, the rainiest month of the year!
Vacation homes in Seaward, the gateway to Kenai Fjords National Park
Easily accessible from Anchorage, a cabin in Seward, Alaska, lets you kayak, fish, watch whales, and spot glaciers to your heart's content.
The waterfront Chinook's Waterfront Restaurant merits mention for its smoked scallop, mac 'n' cheese, and Halibut BLT. Frolicking sea lion and otter views are a bonus. Catch the latest game in the toasty atmosphere of Thorn’s Showcase Lounge.
The Alaska Seafood Grille appeals to those who like their food deep-fried, serving up fish, battered clams, chips, and many more dishes. The Cookery boasts the tastiest oysters in town, and also hosts exhibitions by local artists. For something different, try the curries at Woody’s Thai Kitchen.
Into the wild
Bike-friendly Seward has paved bike paths running from the city center along the waterfront. For a day of deep-sea fishing, hire a charter boat out to Resurrection Bay, home to silver salmon and halibut. Adventurous travelers could rent a kayak and spend the night glacier-gazing with sea otters for company.
A top attraction is the Kenai Fjords National Park, an endless landscape of tidewater glaciers, coastal fjords and marine wildlife. For up-close views of the glacier, Exit Glacier is the best vantage point accessible by road. Kids will enjoy coastal cruises to spot sea lions, whales, and seals.
Community events and festivals are an ongoing affair in Seward. Check out Alaskan arts, crafts, and jewelry at Seward First Fridays, where local dancers and drummers join the fanfare. Summers get busy with the eagerly awaited Seward Music and Arts Festival.
Seward's July 4th celebrations see fireworks explode on the waterfront at midnight as Main Street makes way for colorful parades. A fixture since 1915, the historic Mt. Marathon Race attracts climbers from across Alaska. The year closes with the Luminary Ski, a New Year's Eve tradition of walking, snowshoeing, or skiing on candlelit trails.
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