We are located in the coastal community of Seward, Alaska and easily reached from Anchorage or other cities in the south-central region of the state.
Anchorage is usually the starting or ending point of most Alaska vacations, and it serves as the main airline hub for the state. Anchorage is serviced by several national airlines, with Alaska Airlines offering the greatest number of flights in state and connections from the lower 48 states and Hawaii.
Seward lies at the head of resurrection bay approximately 130 miles south of Anchorage. The gateway to magnificent Kenai Fjords National Park, our seaside town does have a small airport, but most visitors reach Liquid Adventures by rental car, bus line, cruise ship, or via the Alaska Railroad, which many visitors consider the most scenic train trip in the state. The highway to Seward is a national scenic byway as well, so our recommendation is to travel one direction by rail and the other by coach. If you prefer the freedom of a rental car, several companies are available at or neat the Anchorage International Airport.