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Miller's Landing, Seward

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  • My Dad and I went on the Northwestern Kayaking trip with Ron as our tour guide and we loved it! The trip was breath taking and Ron was one of the best guides I have ever had. His enthusiasm, meal... 
    My Dad and I went on the Northwestern Kayaking trip with Ron as our tour guide and we loved it! The trip was breath taking and Ron was one of the best guides I have ever had. His enthusiasm, meal...  more »
  • This day was a highlight of our Alaska trip! Paul was a great captain and stopped for us to investigate some wildlife, and is also the kind of fisherman who knows if there's something on the end of... 
    This day was a highlight of our Alaska trip! Paul was a great captain and stopped for us to investigate some wildlife, and is also the kind of fisherman who knows if there's something on the end of...  more »
  • We had the full-day Kayaking tour, it was amazing but honestly, all of our members felt very tired. So be prepared when you make the full-day schedule. But I'll say the views and the experience are... 
    We had the full-day Kayaking tour, it was amazing but honestly, all of our members felt very tired. So be prepared when you make the full-day schedule. But I'll say the views and the experience are...  more »
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  • My friends and I stayed here over the weekend in the full yurt, we absolutely loved it! Super cozy, great location right on the water, very peaceful. Close to the harbor, downtown and sea life center. Exit glacier is only a 25 minute drive as well and we got to see some bears and moose on our way there. The wood burning stove inside is lovely, but you will need a lot of wood to stay warm (if you're going when it's cold of course). It got a bit chilly early morning hours when the wood was gone, so dress warm and bring extra blankets! We will absolutely come back!
  • I fished for two days July 3 and 4. Call was the captain both days Desi was the first mate on the first day and Clay the second. They were superb. The captain worked very hard to get us over fish, moving the boat many times keeping track of the tides, drift, etc. All of us both days had our full limit of halibut and rockfish And other species.. The captain in the guides were very patient, knowledgeable and effective. The boat was comfortable. There were no amenities but the head which was important. It was truly a bucket list experience that I would highly recommend
  • We stayed at the Rocket House. I'm sure the views would be incredible on a clear day, but we didn't get one during our stay, but it was still a beautiful location. There is a porta potty just a few steps away, which was nice. The main bathhouse was a bit further away and we decided to drive there instead of making the long walk. However, the bathrooms, especially the showers are in serious need of attention. They were usually quite dirty and have not been kept in good repair. There were missing curtain hooks, dirty curtains, and broken shower head holders. On one day, only one out of the three showers was able to produce hot water. Only one of the soap dispensers and hand dryers was working. I would expect a bit more upkeep given that hot showers cost $1 for 2 minutes of hot water.
  • We rented the Captain's Cabin in Miller's Landing, Seward. I called and made reservations directly with the office. And although the young lady was very friendly, she assured me that this particular cabin could sleep five, albeit snugly. However, this cabin should not be recommended for more than three adults, probably two. It is extraordinarily tiny and cramped and the "beds" (two are small mattresses on the floor in the loft) are definitely not big enough for five adults. There is only seating for two at the table to eat, so if you have more than two people, some will have to eat outside. Also, the cabin could be so cute if it had a bit of upkeep! But it seems as though it hasn't had any maintenance or attention in a very very long time. It is a bit rough. Probably the most negative thing about it, though, is the location. It is, literally, right next to, what appears to be, some type of junkyard or scrapyard with a giant blue broken down old bus that is growing moss and giving off a very creepy, run down vibe. I called the office, to talk with someone about it, and the young man was very polite. However, the only solution was to put us in a camping cabin which costs almost half of what we paid, so we would have lost several hundred dollars with no offer to refund the difference. Miller's Landing, please don't ever tell anyone else that this cabin can sleep five! And for heaven's sake, please give this cabin some love and attention and put up a small privacy screen etc between the cabin and bus from the underworld. On a positive note, there is a bathroom with a shower and hot water, and a heater that works nicely. And there is an odd large round chair that takes up way to much floor space but is quite comfortable.
  • I highly recommend Miller's landing. The staff was great. The boat captains and decks hands were top knotch. Family run business. Enjoyed every minute of the trip. The fishing was outstanding. The views were breath taking. Bucket list must

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