Sockeye Cycle will rent you a mountain bike and suggest rides.
Mike's Bikes & Boards
Rents mountain bikes (half/full day $20/30).
Alaska Indian Arts Center
Indigenous culture can be seen in Fort Seward in the former military post hospital, home of the Alaska Indian Arts Center. During the...
Fort Seward Lodge Restaurant & Saloon
Tucked away upstairs in the Fort Seward Lodge’s two-level restaurant is this small bar that’s popular with heli-skiers in winter....
This shop in Fort Seward turns out some of the best smoked fish in the Southeast, such as salmon that is first marinated in stout beer.
37 Blacksmith St · interesting places nearby
Fireweed Restaurant information
This clean, bright and laid-back bistro is in an old Fort Seward building and its salads are an antidote to Southeast's penchant for fried food. On its menu are words like ‘organic’, ‘veggie’ and ‘grilled’ as opposed to ‘deep fried’ and ‘captain’s special’.
Vegetarians and canivores alike can indulge in sandwiches, burgers and the town’s best pizza, all washed down with beer served in icy mugs.