“Rough’n it” Cabin Style!

No tent? No RV? No problem. The Kenai National Wildlife Refuge Cabins have got you covered!
Escaping overnight into the outdoors doesn’t have to mean pitching a tent.

There is a wide variety of terrain in the refuge, including muskeg and other wetlands, alpine areas, and taiga forest. The refuge protects several large mammals, including brown bears, black bears, dall sheep, moose, and caribou, as well as thousands of migratory and native birds. There are numerous lakes, as well as the Kenai River, and the refuge is a popular destination for fishing for salmon and trout.

Nestled in this wild sanctuary are 14 rustic, public-use cabins. Escape into the wilderness with a breathtaking experience in the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge.

Online Availability Site# Facility Area Site type Max # of people Cabin
Enter Date Big Bay Cabin Kenai National Wildlife Refuge CABIN NONELECTRIC 2
Enter Date Big Indian Creek Cabin Kenai National Wildlife Refuge CABIN NONELECTRIC 2
Enter Date Caribou Island Cabin Kenai National Wildlife Refuge CABIN NONELECTRIC 4
Enter Date Dolly Varden Lake Cabin Kenai National Wildlife Refuge CABIN NONELECTRIC 4
Enter Date Doroshin Bay Cabin Kenai National Wildlife Refuge CABIN NONELECTRIC 2
Enter Date Engineer Lake Cabin Kenai National Wildlife Refuge CABIN NONELECTRIC 4
Enter Date Kelly Lake Cabin Kenai National Wildlife Refuge CABIN NONELECTRIC 4
Enter Date McLain Lake Cabin Kenai National Wildlife Refuge CABIN NONELECTRIC 4
Enter Date Nurses Cabin Kenai National Wildlife Refuge CABIN NONELECTRIC 2
Enter Date Pincher Creek Cabin Kenai National Wildlife Refuge CABIN NONELECTRIC 4
Enter Date Pipe Creek Cabin Kenai National Wildlife Refuge CABIN NONELECTRIC 2
Enter Date Snag Lake Cabin Kenai National Wildlife Refuge CABIN NONELECTRIC 4
Enter Date Upper Ohmer Lake Cabin Kenai National Wildlife Refuge CABIN NONELECTRIC 4
Enter Date Vogel Lake Cabin Kenai National Wildlife Refuge CABIN NONELECTRIC 4

Have you stayed in any of these personal use cabins? Lets hear about it!

Reservations can be made by phone, in person, or online at http://www.recreation.gov
Phone: (907) 262-7021
Toll Free: (877) 444-6777

All payments must be made at the time reservation is complete in the form of credit card, cash, check, or money order in person, or just credit card or check by the phone. Visa, MasterCard, and Discover credit cards are accepted online as well.
Most cabins can only be accessed by aircraft or boat. Also, the cabins do not provide electricity, bedding, or cooking utensils.

Interested in more information on public use trails, cabins and campgrounds? Visit these links to learn more!
Chugach National Forest
Alaska State Parks
Kenai National Wildlife Refuge

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One comment on ““Rough’n it” Cabin Style!

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