Jordan Lake Cabin is located on Revillagigedo Island within the Naha Recreation Area. This peaceful retreat is open year-round, offering opportunities for sightseeing, relaxation and recreation in Alaska's beautiful Inside Passage.
The site can be accessed by landing a floatplane at Heckman Lake and hiking 2 miles, or by boating into Naha Bay and hiking 4 miles. The access trail is the Naha River National Recreation Trail, which starts at Naha Bay and ends at Heckman Lake. Guests are responsible for their own travel arrangements and safety, and must bring several of their own amenities.
The Naha River provides opportunities to fish for trout and Dolly Varden. There are also steelhead and salmon runs.
Guests have use of the cabin's 14-foot aluminum skiff with oars, but they must provide their own life jackets. A short shaft motor can be used with the skiff, but one is not provided.
The Naha River National Recreation Trail is a scenic 6-mile trail that winds downstream along the river through old-growth Sitka spruce and western hemlock rainforest.
This 12x12-ft. pan-abode style cabin sleeps six and comes equipped with two single bunks and two double bunks. A covered front deck extends from the cabin, and there is a stone campfire ring. It is also equipped with a table and benches, wood stove, splitting maul, broom and an outhouse. NOTE: Firewood may be available, but visitors are encouraged to contact the Ketchikan Misty Fjords Ranger District to check the status of the woodshed. Water and electricity are not provided. Water is available from the lake, but guests should be sure to treat water before drinking or cooking with it. It is recommended that guests bring their own water supply. Other items to pack include sleeping bags, sleeping pads, lanterns or flashlights, cookware, plates, utensils, food, toilet paper, garbage bags, a fire extinguisher and fire starter. Guests are expected to pack out trash and clean the cabin before leaving. Click here for more cabin details.
The cabin sits on the southwest shore of Jordan Lake, surrounded by a lush rainforest of Sitka spruce and western hemlock. The front deck offers views of the lake and the surrounding mountain peaks.
Sitka black-tailed deer, black bear, beaver, marten, otter, mink and wolf are common to this area. Trumpeter swans are frequently seen on the lakes within Naha Recreation Area.
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