Modern Comfort in the Wilderness
The Spruce Lodge features 24 rooms -studio apartment style, 2 chalets and a 3,000 sq. feet meeting & event venue. Located at 31851 Herman Leirer Rd (Exit Glacier Road) in Seward, Alaska, the Spruce Lodge is only a few miles away from Exit Glacier and Harding Icefields. There are many beautiful hikes around the property which makes the Spruce Lodge a preferred place to stay for any explorer. The specious 319 sq. feet room will allow you to relax and enjoy your stay. Families and groups are welcome too.
The Spruce Lodge has 2 chalets. The Forget-Me-Not chalet is 360 sq. feet and has a king size bed and a sitting area. The Fireweed Chalet is a 1065 sq. feet, two-story, two-bedroom chalet suitable for larger families. Tucked in the woods, the Spruce Lodge gives its guests the feeling of being out in a spruce tree forest. And just like in any forest in Alaska, you might encounter wildlife so have your camera ready at all times while staying at the Lodge. The views of Bear Mountain are stunning.
Please allow us to be the lodging of choice for all your adventures on the Kenai Peninsula!
Your Alaska Adventures Start Here!
Seward is located on the Kenai Peninsula only 120 miles south from Alaska’s largest city – Anchorage. The scenic drive on AK HWY1 and the breathtaking train ride to Seward makes this small town in Alaska a favorite destination for tourist and Alaskans alike. Seward is a port of call and many cruises embark and disembark here
But Seward is not a famous destination because of its terminus but because of the nature surrounding the town. Located on the Resurrection Bay, Seward is tucked in between Mt Marathon and Mt Alice and is often called the gateway to Kenai Fjords National Park. This small Alaskan town offers many magical hikes, great fishing and other outdoor activities like kayaking, zip lining and biking. The abundant wildlife attracts tourists from all around the World.
Seward is home of the world famous Mt Marathon race on 4th of July. The urban legend has it that the Mt Marathon race started when two sourdoughs (gold miners) bet whether it would be possible to race to the top and come back in less than an hour. The race is believed to date back to 1908.
Everybody will discover something of their own in Seward