Other Public Use Cabins in Alaska

US Forest Service
The US Forest Service has cabins available for public use. Please visit Recreation.gov for more information.

National Wildlife Refuges

Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge maintains seven public use cabins. You must take a float plane or boat to all of the cabins because brush and terrain make hiking very difficult. There is no road access.

For more information, contact:
Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge
1390 Buskin River Road
Kodiak, AK 99615
(907) 487-2600

National Park Service
Situated near Seward, Kenai Fjords National Park has three coastal cabins open only during the summer months at Aialik Bay, Holgate Arm and North Arm. These are accessible by float plane, and private or charter boat.

The park also has one cabin at Exit Glacier open for public use only in winter when the Exit Glacier Road is closed, usually late December through March depending on snowfall. The Exit Glacier cabin can be reached in winter by skis, dog sleds, and snowmachines.

For more information, contact:
Kenai Fjords National Park
Cabin Reservations
PO Box 1727
Seward, AK 99664
(907) 224-3175

Bureau of Land Management
The White Mountains National Recreation Area has over 200 miles of winter trails with several cozy log cabins built at scenic locations along the trail system. These remote cabins are used by skiers, dog mushers and snow machiners. The wet and marshy trail conditions allow only one of these cabins, Lee's Cabin, to be suitable for summer use. There is one cabin, Fred Blixt Cabin, near the roadside which is not part of the White Mountains system. This cabin is also available for rent year round.

For more information, contact:
Bureau of Land Management
Land Information Center
1150 University Avenue
Fairbanks, AK 99709-3844
(907) 474-2250

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