About Bohemia Basin Shelter Lookout/cabin
An Adirondack style emergency shelter at the mouth of Bohemia Creek on the north end of Lisianski Strait. The shelter is supplied with a wood stove, food preparation table, and sleeping bunks. This shelter has an outside deck with an assessable ramp and access to a rock fire ring with a bench. Access to the shelter is by floatplane or boat to a small boat dock and gangway managed by the City of Pelican. This is also the trail head for the 4.0 mile primitive trail to Takanis Lake. This shelter is available for recreational use on a first-come, first-served basis. Reservations are not required. Firewood is not provided. ACTIVITIES Boating: A small boat dock is available for use at the shelter. This dock is managed by the City of Pelican. Hunting: Big game hunting in season possible from this shelter. Refer to http://www.adfg.alaska.gov for species, permits and regulations. Picnicking: Picnic on the deck of the shelter or the designated fire ring with a bench. Fire Lookouts/cabins Overnight: This emergency shelter is available for recreational use on a first-come, first-served basis. Reservations are not required. Firewood is not provided. Swimming
USDA Forest Service
Bohemia Basin Shelter Lookout/cabin is located in Alaska
East Yakobi Island on the north end of Lisianski Strait at the mouth of Bohemia Creek. 7 miles NW of Pelican.
No reviews of Bohemia Basin Shelter Lookout/cabin yet...
Have you camped here?
Be the first reviewer to level up your Pioneer Badge