Stay in a rustic cabin to experience remote Alaska living for yourself. Split some wood and head inside to light a fire in the stove. Enjoy the warmth while your gear dries out from a day on the water.
A Wild ParadiseThe Priest Rock Cabin sits on the north shore of Lake Clark, approxiately eight miles north of Port Alsworth. The cabin is perched above a small creek that runs into the lake. It commands a sublime view of Lake Clark's upper reaches, backed by mountains rising to 6,000 feet. It's an ideal place for kayaking, boating, fishing and wildlife viewing.
Experience Lake Clark's HistoryThe cabin was originally built and lived in by long-time Alaskan Allen Woodward of Anchorage who was a summer resident of Lake Clark from about 1950 to the early 2000s. To learn more about the history of the cabin, visit Hnitsanghi’iy 'The Rock That Stands Alone' (Priest Rock).
The Woodward Cabin at Priest Rock offers park visitors the opportunity to stay in one of Lake Clark’s iconic and historic log cabins. Visitors can seek solitude and experience the same sights and sounds that the Woodward family enjoyed for nearly fifty adventurous summers on Lake Clark. Allen and Marian Woodward have made it possible for park visitors and residents to experience both the cabin and the Bristol Bay Double-ender from the mid-century history of the region.
Facilities: The cabin is rustic and accomodates up to six people. It is equipped with a wood stove, table, chairs and a nearby outhouse. Sleeping accomodations include wooden bunks--three single beds and one queen bed. There is no electricity or running water at the cabin. Fresh water is available in the lake but must be treated.
Last updated: February 12, 2019