Sea Kayaking Seward Alaska

Kayaking is a very popular activity

Sea Kayaking Seward Alaska

Kayaking is a very popular activity in the Seward area, even for novices. In addition to tour options, we have a number of guests who bring their own kayaks and pull them right up on the beach in front of our waterfront cabins. During the summer season there are a number of vendors who offer tours ranging from short to all day trips.

Below we’ve listed our top recommendations, which includes departure from Lowell Point. For novices interested in kayaking, but preferring calmer waters, check out the lake kayaking we mention below. Be sure to give yourself time to experience some heavenly relaxation in these very special and beautiful cabins just south of Seward, Alaska, on the shores of Resurrection Bay, on the Kenai Peninsula, with spectacular wildlife and scenery surrounding them.


Important pre-planning information for kayaking in Alaska waters: The very best first layer to have on is true polypropylene, including socks and gloves. Alaska waters are extremely cold, dressing properly is key to enjoyment and survival!

Kayak Adventures is a small Seward Alaska family run company that does an excellent job. They offer a large variety of tours, from short, 4 hour trips to all day trips. Custom trips for 2 guests are also available and very special. Departure is from Lowell Point for their shorter trips, very convenient from our cabins and rooms (although you’ll need to have checked in at their office in town before hand).

Chugach Outdoor Center offers sea kayaking in the calm waters of Kenai Lake, a great way to experience kayaking without the worry of rough waters.

Sunny Cove Kayaking is an Alaskan company that offers a variety of sea kayaking experiences, including some trips that depart right from Lowell Point.

Check out this valuable guide to our local coastal waters. David Miller’s Exploring Alaska’s Kenai Fjords, A Marine Guide to the Kenai Peninsula Outer Coast, filled with maps and lots of really great details about the area waters.


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