Sorry Seward, not a fan. After boon docking at mile marker 31 near Moose Pass, we headed into Seward. Now I'm not sure who makes the street signs in town, but I bet he's rich. You can't swing a sewer hose without hitting a "NO RV". "NO CAMPING", or just plain "NO" sign.
Seward is also very expensive, so don't plan on eating out much. They don't miss an opportunity to take your money. One load of laundry? Ten bucks, if you have to ask how much to dry, you can't afford it. On a positive note, we did enjoy the whale watching tour. A parking lot cost 20 bucks a night, dump station $5, and penny candy is surprisingly expensive. We cut our stay short and headed to Homer, which I hear is much better, fingers crossed.