We enjoyed our stay at Stoney Creek. The sites are huge and well equipped with all the "full service" needs for an RV hook-up. (If you do decide to hook up the satellite coax cable, you will need a Female to Female coax turnaround adapter. Some sites had them, some didn't) As others said, you will need to reserve a "creekfront" site in order to have a campfire. Those sites have campfire rings provided. They have all the services you would expect; free un-timed showers (which were very clean), coin laundry, wi-fi, TV, water and sewage at site. Now, the 'creek' that runs in between the campground and the residential is technically a creek, but of glacial melt. So there will not be any fishing in it. As we were there pretty early in the spring, the trees and bushes were still in the budding stage, but I could tell that once they all opened up, you will not even be able to see those residential homes at all. Some pretty strategic landscaping on Stoney Creek's part. The views from the campground were some of the nicest we had seen on our trip as well. Also, they do offer a shuttle in and out of town; just coordinate ahead of time. The people who ran the place were very friendly as well. Great place that we would stay at again if ever in Seward.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located on 15 acres, 6 miles north of the hustle and bustle of downtown Seward, our full service park is a wonderful place to come home to after a busy day fishing and sightseeing in Seward. Sit back, relax, watch cable TV, stroll along the creek, take a hot shower, do your laundry, make a campfire in designated spots. All our sites are 30 feet wide, allowing ample room for slide outs and even room to park your truck or car. Most sites are at least 50 feet long, and all are equipped with power (some 50 amp), water, and Sat TV. 68 Sites have sewer and 38 have phone jacks. We CAN accommodate the big rigs! Creekside sites have firepit. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Stoney Creek RV Park Seward, Alaska