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Spend the Night in a Rustic Cabin

A wooden bench on a cabin porch
Imagine spending a relaxing afternoon on this porch

NPS / R. Jones

Rustic Relaxation

The Priest Rock Cabin is Lake Clark's first and only public use cabin. Discover the remote Alaskan lifestyle while using this cabin as your base camp. The nearby scenery, kayaking, and fishing are exhilarating. Enjoy a warm beverage on the wooden porch or read by the light of a wood stove.

To learn more about the cabin and how to reserve a night visit the Priest Rock Public Use Cabin page.

Ranger Recommendation

The cabin is about 8 miles from Port Alsworth on Lake Clark. Seasoned kayakers can paddle from Hardenburg Bay, weather permitting. Visitors can also acquire a water taxi or floatplane to get this spot. Learn more about transportation on our Directions page.

Details
Pet are allowed in the park and preserve. However, because Lake Clark is excellent bear and moose habitat it is strongly encouraged that you leave your pets at home. Pets outside must be leashed at all times.
There is a $65 per night cabin rental fee.
The cabin is 8 miles from Port Alsworth by boat or floatplane.
Reservations are made on recreation.gov

Last updated: July 14, 2017