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Welcome to Camp Creekside Campground in Seward, Alaska! Experience the untamed and peaceful allure of the Kenai Peninsula at our site. Tucked beside a meandering creek and surrounded by majestic mountains, Camp Creekside is conveniently located just six miles from the City of Seward and a short drive from attractions like Kenai Fjords National Park, Exit Glacier, and the iconic Iditarod Trail starting point. With over 40 campsites, our campground provides a secluded and serene environment, making it the ideal spot to park your RV, unfold those lawn chairs, or set up a tent to immerse yourself in the natural beauty that surrounds us.

Camp Creekside’s RV Campsites

  • 4 Full RV Campsites with Electricity/ Water

Camp Creekside Tent Camping Sites

  • 10 Tent Campsites
  • On-Site Shower and Lavatory


Immerse yourself in the captivating allure of Seward, Alaska, and the stunning Kenai Peninsula. Discover the untamed beauty of Kenai Fjords National Park, marvel at the Exit Glacier, and find tranquility at Camp Creekside Campground, just six miles from Seward. With over 40 secluded campsites, it’s the perfect gateway to explore this pristine wilderness. Seward and the Kenai Peninsula await, promising a blend of natural wonders and unforgettable adventures.

Come Camping in Seward, Alaska & Enjoy Kenai Peninsula

Camp Creekside Campground is set amidst some of the greatest natural beauty on Earth.  We offer camping in Seward, Alaska just a stones throw from the Kenai Fjords, National Park, including the Harding Ice Field, Exit Glacier and miles of hiking trails. Camp Creekside is also just a short drive to Seward, Alaska, home of the starting point of the famous Iditarod Trail and a popular destination for many Alaskan Cruises.  Seward is situated at the north end of Resurrection Bay and surrounded by the Kenai Mountain Range to the West and the Chugach Mountains to the East.

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Exit Glacier, Harding Ice Field Trailhead

The Harding Ice Field is one of the four major ice caps in the United States! The Harding Ice Field Trail begins at Exit Glacier park, and offers an 8.2 mile journey rising 3500 feet over the first 4 miles, according to the National Park Service. After hugging the cliffs for about three hours, you soon get to the top of this vigorous hike and experience the breathtaking (even if you aren’t already winded from the hike) array of ice spanning as far as the eye can see.   Beautiful, yes!  But, don’t forget your bear spray!

The City of Seward, Alaska

Camp Creekside Campground offers a beautiful outdoor experience camping in Seward, Alaska, just 6 miles from the City of Seward.  Seward has a rich history and has played an important role in Alaskan commerce.  The city’s location is ideal for a wide range of maritime recreation including kayaking, fishing, boating and ever popular Alaskan Cruises.  Fishing charters are exceptionally popular with options including Miller’s Landing and Fish Seward Alaska Inc.  With these seasoned charters, you are sure to pack your freezer with fish!  Our pristine local waters are diverse with multiple species of fish including halibut, rockfish, lingcod and all five Pacific salmon varieties.  Please remember that the occasionally breaching humpbacks are catch and release!

Do you love Kayaking?

If kayaking is your joy, Seward is your place.  Resurrection Bay is surrounded by unrivaled beauty for an unforgettable experience kayaking its exceptional waters.  Bays throughout the region offer expansive kayaking opportunities.  Local outfits like Kayak Adventures and Adventure 60 North can help get you on the water.