Point Bridget State Park
Cowee Meadow Cabin
★ Minimum Occupancy: 1 Guest
★ Maximum Occupancy: 8 Guests
★ Site Access Method: Summer - Hike or Drive in ; Winter - Hike, Ski, or Snowshoe
★ Stay Limit: 3 Nights
★ Check-in/out Time: 12:00pm
★ Pets Allowed: Yes, always on leash
★ Fees: (see fee page)
★ Cabin Dimensions: 12' x 16'
★ Heating Method: Kerosene (Bring your own fuel)*
★ Fire Ring
★ Picnic Table
Point Bridget State Park is located 39 miles north of Juneau. Fishing is excellent during salmon runs in the fall off Berner's Bay beaches and in Cowee Creek. Beachcombing, wildlife viewing, hiking, and boating are among the diverse opportunities available. There are bears in the area, so please be aware and use caution.
The average temperatures in this area are 55° to 70° F during the spring and summer. High humidity and a high average rainfall make for a wet environment. Bring appropriate clothing and come prepared for unpredictable changes in weather. The cabins are equipped with wooden sleeping platforms, a kerosene stove, chairs or benches, table and latrine.
Non-potable water supply is from the creek. Please purify before using. Cabins are not furnished with mattresses.
Summer access: by foot or by small boats (can haul onto a beach). The foot trail begins at Point Bridget State Park Trailhead parking area at Mile 39 Glacier Highway. The trail is 2.5 miles to the cabin. Winter access: the same trail is open in the winter. Visitors can ski or snowshoe in, but no ATV's or other motorized vehicles are allowed.
GPS 058° 40' 20.48"N, 134° 57' 47.18"W
* Primary heat at the cabin is kerosene. It is recommended the user bring a minimum of 1 gallon of kerosene per day to supply heat for the cabin (2 gallons per night in the winter). The fuel storage tank for the stove is on the rear of the cabin.
Check for Availability on Reserve America
Once you make a reservation, you will receive a confirmation e-mail from Reserve America with important information about the cabin. Print out this confirmation e-mail and bring it with you to the cabin. If you do not receive a confirmation e-mail within 24 hours of making the reservation, please contact the DNR Public Information Center at (907) 269-8400 Mon - Fri 10am-5pm.
Remember that these cabins are not hotels. Always be prepared! Be sure to bring:
- Sleeping bag and pad or air mattress
- Cookware, dishes, utensils
- Cooking stove and fuel
- Matches, lighters, paper fire starter
- 9-volt battery for smoke detectors
- First aid items
- Plastic trash bags
- Jug of water
- Saw or ax, just in case
- Lantern and fuel