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Seward Alaska State Park and National Park Service Cabins

State Park Service Cabins - Water Taxi Drop-off & Pick-up Trips Daily from Miller's Landing
Please visit this very informative State of Alaska website The State Cabins Page
You must rent these cabins yourself, they go fast so book EARLY
$65 per day,  each cabin can sleep 8 people

Derby Cove Cabin Derby Cove Cabin (14' X 18')  Caine's Head
Sleeps 8 (maximum 8) with a maximum stay of 7 consecutive nights. This cabin sits within spruce and hemlock forest behind a gravel beach. At the head of the Caines Head trail system, Derby Cove is a quarter mile from the ranger station. Use the creek that runs in front of the cabin as a water source.
National Park Service Cabin
Callisto Canyon Cabin Callisto Canyon Cabin (14' X 18')  Caine's Head
Sleeps 8 (maximum 8) with a maximum stay of 7 consecutive nights. For a water source, there is a small stream located on the hillside directly southwest of the cabin. A second water source that is dependable year 'round is approximately 400 yds. down the beach where a moderate waterfall empties onto the beach, but access to it must be timed with the low tide.
Spruce Glacier Cabin Spruce Glacier Cabin (16' X 16')  Thumb Cove
Sleeps 8 (maximum 8) with a maximum stay of 7 consecutive nights. From the water, this cabin is located on the left-hand, or east, side of the beach. A wheelchair accessible boardwalk leads from the beach berm to the cabin, approximately 300' back from the steep, cobbled beach. Wheelchair- assisted access will be necessary from the beach landing to the boardwalk.
The closest fresh water source is not accessible to all users, so bring enough fresh water for your stay if you are unable to access the stream. The small stream is located on the hillside and is directly east of the cabin. The stream empties onto the beach by a very large boulder past the eastern-most barge wreck. To reach it you must walk out near the shore.
No Image Available Porcupine Glacier Cabin (16' X 16')  Thumb Cove
Sleeps 8 (maximum 8) with a maximum stay of 7 consecutive nights. From the water, this cabin is on the right-hand, or west, side of the beach. The closest fresh water source is a small stream located on the hillside facing the bay. To reach it, you must walk out onto the shore, so plan filling any water containers at anytime except at the highest tide.
 
National Park Service Cabins            Water Taxi Drop-off & Pick-up Trips Daily from Miller's Landing
Pease visit this informative National Park website: The National Parks Cabin Page
You must rent these cabins yourself, they go fast so book EARLY
National Park Service Cabin   2 Kenai Fjords National Park Cabins - $35 per night - stays are limited to three nights per group for the season.
  
  Coastal cabins are equipped with heating stove (propane fuel is provided), pit toilets, table and chairs, and wooden bunks. The Aialik Bay Cabin sleeps up to four people and Holgate sleeps six. Cabins do not have electricity or running water. Fresh water is available nearby but must be treated. There are no mooring buoys at any of the Public Use Cabin beaches in Kenai Fjords. 

           Season - May 22nd thru September 20th

HOLGATE ARM CABIN HOLGATE ARM CABIN
Description: Rustic Cabin, approximately 16' X 20'  
Facilities: Sleeps up to 6 people. Includes six wooden bunks, a work counter, table with chairs, diesel oil stove (fuel is provided), fire extinguisher, informational bulletin board, and smoke detector. Has a pit toilet. Fresh water is available nearby but it must be treated.
Location: Located on the northeasterly shore of Holgate Arm in Aialik Bay (a 4 hour boat trip or 35 minute flight from Seward). Refer to USGS map, Blying Sound D-8.
Terrain/Vegetation: Open spruce forest, boggy ground, abundant blueberries in late August. Cabin elevation is just above sea level.
   
AIALIK BAY CABIN AIALIK BAY CABIN
Description: Rustic Cabin, approximately 16' X 20'  
Facilities: Sleeps up to 4 people. Includes two standard twin-size wooden bunks, a work counter, table with 4 chairs, couch, diesel oil stove (fuel is provided), fire extinguisher, informational bulletin board, and smoke detector. Pit toilet with boardwalk handicap access. Fresh water is available nearby but must be treated.
Location: Cabin is located on Port Graham Corporation land on a five acre site easement on the upper end of Aialik Bay (a 4.5 hour boat ride or 30 minute flight from Seward). Refer to USGS map, Blying Sound D-8.
Terrain/Vegetation: Flat terrain, young spruce forest, alder thickets, long cobble beach. Cabin elevation is just above sea level.
 
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