Sunday, September 4, 2011

Seward City Waterfront Park Camping

    Most of the shoreline along the east side of Sewart is parking lot/campground – large gravel lots filled with RVs. The section pictured has electricity plus it’s right on the water and the bike path so it’s very popular. The north end of this lot is a good place to camp if you don’t want electricity and if your RV is short. It’s quiet because no one is running a generator and the sites run parallel to the water for a good view. The tent only areas are pretty nice with grass, trees, tables and fire rings.

  The bike path which is wide and smooth goes from the marina north of town down to the aquarium at the south end –about  1 1/4  miles.

  A few of the sites in the middle lot have blue painted stripes probably because they’re next to the bike path and close to town. Not all of the sites have tables. None of the tables I saw have a overhang.  Campgrounds
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