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31772 Hermann Leirer Road, Seward, AlaskaMap
On the road to Exit Glacier, guests may want to relax at the Seward Windsong Lodge. This little oasis in the middle of the great outdoors is more than just an overnight hotel; it can be the family’s short cut to all National Park adventures. The lodge’s sister company, Kenai Fjords Tours, can take care of tour packages, while the lodge takes care of the rest. Walking along the Seward Windsong Lodge property, families will find most everything they need. A series of pave trails lead to the main lodge, the Windsong Lodge, the acclaimed Resurrection Roadhouse Restaurant, and just a little off the path, is Kenai Fjords National Park, the ultimate destination. Of course, a good night sleep can also be found at the lodge. Guests can choose between a standard room, a standard room with a private deck (perfect for soaking up that Alaskan scenery) or a suite for their sleeping quarters. In addition, Internet access throughout the lodge means that everyone can stay connected. In short, comforts that are rarely found in the great outdoors are here, at the Seward Windsong Lodge.
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Ratings by kids' ages
- Tots (0-2)
- Little kids (3-5)
- Big kids (6-8)
- Tweens (9-12)
- Teens (13+)
- On-site restaurant(s)
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Hiking trails on site
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Seward Windsong is your ticket to Alaskan explorationFlag review
Located on Exit Glacier Road, a few miles outside downtown Seward, the Windsong Lodge is owned and operated by Kenai Fjords Tours, and serves a mostly cruise ship-oriented crowd, which can be a huge benefit or a big detraction, depending upon your style of travel. With multiple complexes of rooms designed for accessibility and bulk travel, the lodge's property has a nice little network of trails upon which the kids can stretch their legs. Rooms are clean, quiet, and have nice views of surrounding forests. There is an excellent restaurant on site, Resurrection Roadhouse, where outstanding Alaska cuisine is featured with an expansive kid-friendly menu. The lodge can help you arrange glacier and wildlife tours, guided hikes at Exit Glacier, and other Seward-based activities. They also have a free shuttle into downtown, a huge benefit. We enjoyed our stay very much, but wish there were more kids around.
Tips for Families
Bring a backpack or stroller for little kids; the walking paths are great, and if you venture to Exit Glacier, you'll want something for tiny children. Do allow the lodge to arrange a package tour to Exit Glacier and/or a wildlife cruise. Complete worth the money and it is so nice not to worry about details. Roadhouse is a fabulous place to eat lunch or dinner.
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