- Kenai Fjords National Park1212 4th Ave, Seward, AKrecommended Kenai Fjords National ParkTotally amazed by the beauty of this park. I'd never been that close to a living glacier before, or to glaciers calving icebergs into the ocean. From the main NPS visitor center, which is just a short ... read moredrive from Seward town, you can hike to the bottom of exit Glacier in just over a mile, or tackle a longer all-day hike uphill to the Harden Icefield. We also took an all-day boat ride out in the bay and its inlets to see the icebergs and lots of wildlife, like Steller sea lions and bald eagles. The boat trip was expensive and time-consuming, but one of the most memorable days we spent in Alaska. If you can, take the train down to Seward from Anchorage instead of driving -- lotsa fun, even for kids!.Comment.about 1 year ago. Report
- Glacier Bay National Park and PreserveHoonah-Angoon, Alaskarecommended Glacier Bay National Park and PreserveThis national park is only accessible by water - and features huge glaciers tumbling into the sea. We did a 6 day sea kayaking trip here, which was absolutely unbelievable! We saw whales, bald eagles, ... read moregrizzly bears and a wolf. Not for the feint of heart, but if you are looking for a little outdoor adventure and know what you are doing, this is the place. It is also accessible by boat tour, which is also probably nice, but if you think you are up to the challenge, I would recommend going for it and paddling yourself..Comment.about 1 year ago. ReportTravis Katz
Glacier Bay is probably your best bet.