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What You'll Get
Getting out of the house is often hampered by the fact that most houses are located inside a bigger and fancier house. Step outside of the house outside of your house with today's Groupon to Miller's Landing Campground in Seward. Choose between the following options:
• For $13, you get one night of camping on a tent site for up to four people (a $26 value).
• For $69, you get a guided Bridal Veil Waterfall kayaking trip and hike for two (a $118 value).
Miller's Landing forges a unification of human nature and Mother Nature with myriad tours and campsites along the shores of Resurrection Bay. Over the course of a 3.5–4-hour Bridal Veil Waterfall excursion, paddlers of all skill levels follow experienced guides as they spoon through waterfall-churned soups along with sea otters, sea lions, and the occasional black bear. Farther upstream, kayakers can choose to foot-trek toward the roar of Bridal Veil's cascading waters or navigate up salmon streams in search of earthquake-ravaged ghost forests. All equipment and instruction is provided for the kayaking tours, and two to three daily tour offerings ensure that they will fit your schedule like a new spandex glove.
Back on solid campgrounds, in-park amenities present opportunities for beach fishing, photography, and birding. On-site electric hookups, free coffee, and laundry facilities combine the comforts of home with the scent of freshly milked Pinesol available only in nature.
The Fine Print
Expiration varies. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Must sign waiver. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Miller’s Landing
Nestled against the edge of the Kenai Fjords National Park, Miller's Landing retains much of the natural scenery and charm that surrounded the area when the Miller family first built its homestead on the site in the 1950s. The small community has withstood earthquakes, fires, and the Earth's transition from black and white into color to grow into a premiere camping destination where wilderness seekers can pitch tents or rent quaint cottages. The location surrounds its visitors in panoramic views of Resurrection Bay, Mount Alice, and Fox Island, inviting them to hike across its coastal trails.
Relaxing and adventurous activities complement Miller's scenic landscapes, with local experts leading boat tours and chartering fishing expeditions. Horseback tours trek across secluded terrain, whereas sea-kayak classes float in the shadow of snow and whipped-cream-capped mountains.