I remember this recreation camp fondly. Through the years we stayed there often and went deep sea fishing. In those days, the Army camp next door was more spartan than the Air Force camp! But Seward was a great place to be in the summertime, and somehow, the primitiveness of the facilities didn't matter all that much, because it was all we had and it really was everything we needed: a small store, laundry, showers,campsites, fish cleaning station and freezers, and of course the beautiful mountains all around! Now it is closed and the Army facility next door is wonderful, but I still miss the unpretencious simplicity and of those earlier days!
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