Nancy Lake State Recreation Area
Red Shirt Lake Cabin #3
★ Minimum Occupancy: 1 Guest
★ Maximum Occupancy: 8 Guests
★ Site Access Method: Summer - Hike and canoe, Float Plane; Winter - Ski, Snowmachine*
★ Stay Limit: 5 Nights
★ Check-in/out Time: 12:00pm
★ Pets Allowed: Yes**
★ Fees: (see fee page)
★ Cabin Dimensions: 16' x 24'
★ Heating Method: Wood (Bring your own wood)
★ Fire Ring
★ Picnic Table
★ Lake Access
This cabin is the only structure on an island in the middle of the lake. It is elevated, and has a good view of the lake.
Floatplane or by a combination of hiking and canoeing. It is a 3 mile hike to Red Shirt Lake from the summer Red Shirt Lake trailhead at the end of Nancy Lake Parkway, followed by crossing the lake to reach a cabin. A canoe must be carried to Red Shirt or rent one from Tippecanoe Rentals (907-355-6687).
Winter access: by plane or the winter trail for 7.5 to 8 miles, using registered snowmobile, skis, snowshoes, or dog sled. ATVs prohibited. None of the cabins on Red Shirt Lake are reachable during freeze up or break up when the ice is too thin to support weight. Snowmobile openings announced when there is sufficient snow cover to protect underlying vegetation.
GPS: 61 38.186N, 150 09.543W
* Check the Nancy Lake park condition reports for trail conditions and snowmobile openings.
** Pets must be under control at all times and you are responsible for cleaning up your pet’s waste.
Pack out everything you pack in.
Check Availablility 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 reservation call center at 1-844-351-9733 7am-7pm AKST..
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 axe, just in case
- Lantern and fuel