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Lowell Point is a small, unchartered community 3 milesw south of Seward. The locals like to say 'It's the end of the road where Alaska begins.'
On the Bay B&B http://www.onthebayak.com/index.html 13710 Beach Drive, 907-224-8237;
Anhels Rest http://www.angelsrest.com/
13730 Beach Drive 907-224-7378 - cabin;
Miller's Landing http://www.seward-alaska.com/millers Beach Drive 907-224-5739 -cabins, camping & RV sites, kayak rentals, tours & lessons, fishing charters, water taxi;
Alaska Saltwater Lodge http://www.alaskasaltwaterlodge.com/ 13970 Beach Drive 907-224-5271- rooms & suites;
Sunny Cove Kayaking Company http://www.alaska.net/~kayakak/ 13970 Beach Drive 907-224-8810 - kayak tours;
Alaska Kayak Camping Company http://www.seward.net/kayakcamp/ 13990 Beach Drive 90-224-6056 - kayak tours;
The Beach House http://www.beachhousealaska.com/ Beach Drive 907-224-7000- cabins;
Ocean Front B & B firstname.lastname@example.org 14150 Beach Drive 907-224-5699;
Victorian Serenity By the Sea http://www.seward-alaska.com/cabin/- cabins
The 'Point' is surrounded by State and National Parks & Forests. A very nicely mainetained trail to Tonsina Creek, then on to Cains Head - site of WWII Fort McGillvary.
Since Lowell Point is unincorporated, it is subject to a 2% Kenai Peninsula Borough sales tax and there is no additional bed tax, so you get extra value for you dollar.
There is a working farm on the 'Point' on the Miller Family Homestead and you can buy farm fresh eggs in the Miller's Landing store.
Written Aug 26, 2002
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Updated Aug 25, 2002
Funny how you can miss something like this on the way up and then on the way back realize just how special it is. A field of wild flowers on the trail leading to the Harding Icefield.
Written Sep 11, 2002
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