• Photo of touchable historic three-dimensional map at the Alaska public lands information Center

    Alaska Public Lands

    Alaska

U.S. Forest Service

US Forest Service public use cabin on a raised platform with a black dog at the top of the stairs

Dale Clemens Memorial Cabin on the Lost Lake Trail

RESERVATIONS:
For Chugach National Forest cabin availability and/or reservations, call: 1-877-444-6777 Availability can be checked.All reservations must be made over the phone or internet. http://www.ReserveUSA.com

For Tongass National Forest: 1-877-444-6777 Availability can be checked.All reservations must be made over the phone or internet. http://www.ReserveUSA.com

LOCATION/ACCESS:
Chugach National Forest, located in South Central Alaska and the Prince William Sound area, has over 40 cabins available for public use, while the Tongass National Forest in Southeast Alaska has over 150 cabins.
The majority of cabins are accessed by plane or boat. Those accessible by trail tend to be more popular and are reserved months in advance. It is best to obtain a map of cabin locations and an application from the office listed above, and to start planning early for making cabin reservations.

RESERVATIONS/COST:
For the Chugach and Tongass National Forest cabins, reservations can be made phone or by internet up to 180 days (6 months) in advance of the first night of occupancy.

Please note for cabins: Although availability and reservations can be made through the contractor's number, all general information questions are answered by the U.S.F.S. office in Centennial Hall in Juneau. Call (907) 586-8751 for Tongass National Forest. Call (907) 271-2500 for Chugach National Forest.

Did You Know?

Did You Know?

Homesteading was allowed until 1995, any Alaska resident of at least one year, 18 years or older and a U.S. citizen, had a chance to receive up to 40 acres of nonagricultural land or up to 160 acres of agricultural land nearly free.