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Miller's Landing, Seward
(3.3/5 based on 280+ reviews on the web)
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  • I have visited Miller's Landing both as a guest and as an employee. I cannot praise this place enough. Alaska has become a second home to me in the summer, and Miller's Landing is the only place I wan...  more »
  • We spent a week here in August (2016) for our family vacation. We flew into Anchorage and took the train to Seward. We had been emailing the Miller's Landing staff about our stay for quite some time. ...  more »
  • My friend and I rented this absolutely wonderful Cottage right on the shore of Resurrection Bay through Miller's Landing. It was very clean and although small, there was everything you needed. I took ...  more »
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  • My Family and I had a Great time staying here, hanging out on the porch overlooking Resurrection Bay, and most importantly on our 2 day kayak trip into Kenai Fjord's Aialik Bay. The water taxi captain, Steve, pointed out many sea birds on the way out, stopped to watch humpback whales breaching, and was super friendly. Their kayak guide Dakota was great and pointed out glaciers, mountains, sea otters, sea lions and seals, and a pod of orca! It's a cool outfit and was an Awesome Experience!
  • The campgrounds/bathrooms are dirty. If you want to fish, go with any other company in town. The boat captain put us on one halibut all day long. We only limited out on rockfish but only caught half out salmon limit. Then the captian made it out like it was our fault we did not catch any fish. I feel like I could have done this myself. The boat is a converted set net boat and is slow and uncomfortable. I would highly recommend going anywhere else in town. Based on other recommendations in the reviews, this place looks to be going downhill. I feel embarrassed as this was the charter I booked for myself and friend who came up from Nebraska.
  • Good RV camping amenities. If you are not a camping/RV guest, the coin based shower/laundry is awesome. 1$ = 1 coin = 2 mins shower. The coin vending machine accepts 1,2,5,10,20 dollar notes.
  • We went for the guided kayak trip. Nice experience! Our guide Ben suggested moving the morning trip to the afternoon based on the weather, and it turned out to be a very wise choice.
  • I am writing this review on my recent trip out with Miller’s Landing. I have been on over 30 charters in my 24 years here in Alaska and this outfit is the most un-professional I have ever gone out with. This is my list of issues: For starters, you are put on a retrofitted gill net boat. To top that off the charter was supposed to start at 0730 but they weren’t ready. Then you are loaded onto a min-bus and driven down the beach further to a landing area where you are shuttled to your boat. We didn’t even get started till nearly 0830. Next we head out to Pony Cove and are slammin salmon when all of the sudden the skipper says we are headed out for halibut with only a third of our allotted silvers. Not only was he rude but he was talking BS because he thought he had a boat full of chechakos who didn’t know any better. So we head out to his “BIG BOY” hole which was 470 feet deep. I have NEVER fished for halibut over 150 ft and have had excellent results. After sitting there for 4 hours without a nibble he moves us closer to shore in 270 ft of water for chicken butts and we were still skunked. The day ended with us grabbing our limit of rockfish and half our salmon but who can’t do that? I have had better results going out on the military charters every time. In conclusion, don’t waste your money or your time. Get yourself a real charter in town. This outfit is a joke.