Know Before You Go
The seclusion of this cabin necessitates being prepared to handle any emergency situation.
Inclement weather may cause an unexpected extension of your trip.
Even when the Refuge is open to snowmachine use, the terrain and snow conditions make access very problematic.
Be familiar with ADF&G and Refuge specific hunting and fishing regulations.
Bringing a personal cooking stove is recommended.
Carry in potable water or boil surface water 5 minutes before drinking.
Pack out your trash.
This cabin is a 16' x 18' rustic log cabin built in the summer of 2004.
Located on the north side of a forested peninsula in the central part of Snag Lake, this cabin offers seclusion and fair fishing for Rainbow Trout.
The boat provided at the cabin offers anglers enhanced opportunities to catch rainbow trout.
Wildlife includes moose, black and brown bears and wolves. Hunting is allowed for these species in designated seasons. In the winter there is cross-county skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling.
Contact Refuge Headquarters for snowmobiling regulations in this area.
The cabin is surrounded by mature spruce and birch trees.
Cabin elevation is approximately 225 feet.
The cabin contains two bunk beds, a table with benches, wood stove, splitting maul, crosscut saw, broom, shovel, water bucket, fire extinguisher, boat with oars, established campfire ring and outhouse.
Access to the cabin is by float plane, ski plane, snowmachine (contact the Refuge Headquarters for snowmachine regulations).
The cabin is located on the east shore of Snag Lake. Refer to USGS map Kenai D-2. GPS coordinates: Latitude 60 degrees 49.109, Longitude 150 degrees 40.963 (Degrees Decimal Minutes).