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U.S. Forest Service Cabins

At a Glance

    Pros

  • remote
  • cheap
  • beautiful

    Cons

  • too remote for some
  • extremely basic
  • often booked months in advance for summer
  • mice frequent the establishment

U.S. Forest Service Cabins Review

Along trails, near wilderness alpine lakes, in coastal forests, and on saltwater beaches, these rustic cabins offer retreats for the solo hiker or a group of friends. Some cabins are built of logs, and some are A-frames. Most have tables, chairs, wood-burning stoves, and bunks, but no electricity, running water, or bedding. Many require a fly-in or boat ride, although some can be reached by car and then on foot. If you're suitably equipped and sufficiently adventurous, these cabins are Alaska's best bargain for getting away from town and enjoying backcountry wilderness with a roof over your head.

    Hotel Details

  • 41 cabins
Updated: 06-12-2013

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