The 12-by-14 cabin ( hunter-style ) has two single and two double bunks, to sleep up to six people. It is also equipped with a table and benches, broom, wood stove and an outhouse toilet. A bear-proof food storage locker is provided. Water and electricity are not provided. Water is available from an adjacent stream, but guests should be sure to treat water before drinking or cooking with it ( water safety tips ). It is recommended that guests bring their own water supply. In addition to bringing a cook stove, guests should provide their own firewood, sleeping bags, sleeping pads, lanterns or flashlights, cookware, plates, utensils, food, toilet paper, garbage bags, a fire extinguisher and matches, among other necessities. Guests are expected to pack out trash and clean the cabin before leaving ( click here for more cabin details).
The cabin sits on a gravel outwash, with a view over Eagle Lake. The surrounding rainforest is primarily Sitka spruce and western hemlock with scattered cedar. Steep hills provide the backdrop for the cabin and the lake. This area provides habitat for brown and black bears ( bear safety information ). Mountain goats may be seen on the surrounding ridges.
Anglers can fish for cutthroat trout in the lake from May through September. Guests can use the provided skiff with oars, but must provide their own flotation devices.
Hunting is possible in designated seasons with the proper permits.
WRANGELL RANGER DISTRICT PO BOX 51 WRANGELL AK 99929
For campground inquiries, please call: 907-874-2323
The cabin is located southeast of Wrangell, on the east shore of Eagle Lake. The lake is on the mainland south of Bradfield Canel (at an elevation of about 300 feet) and is about 44 miles by air from Wrangell. This cabin is accessible by float plane only. The lake is normally ice free from May to October. In the fall, winter, and early spring, the cabin may be inaccessible due to frozen lake surface (float planes cannot land). Please check local conditions in advance by calling (907) 874-2323.