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Stay in a Public Use Cabin

A man sits on a log in the woods, in front of a single room cabin.
Relax and enjoy the view from the Holgate Public Use Cabin.

NPS Photo / K. Miller

Sleep in the wilderness

Consider staying in one of the park's three public use cabins. These cabins provide a great opportunity to stay overnight in Kenai Fjords. You can experience the solitude and enjoyment of your park, no matter the season, while still enjoying a roof over your head.

Snow covered, wooden cabin.
Stay warm this winter in the Willow Cabin.

NPS Photo / M. Dalpes

Ranger Recommendations

Cabins are available for summer or winter recreation. These cabins are not accessible by automobile, so some planning is involved to begin your adventure. Most trips will start from Seward, Alaska.

Details
Coastal public use cabins are $75 per night. Winter public use cabin is $50 per night. 
Summer cabins are located in Aialik Bay, accessible by water taxi, charter boat, private vessel, or float plane. Winter cabin is near Exit Glacier, accessible by cross-country skis, bicycle, snowshoes, dogsled, and snowmobile.
Reservations for coastal cabins must be made through Recreation.gov. Reservations for winter cabins must be made through the park's Administrative Offices
Coastal cabins are available from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Winter cabin is available from mid-November to mid-April, depending on weather and road conditions. 

Last updated: August 14, 2017