About Juneau Lake Cabin
Juneau Lake Cabin is a rustic cabin overlooking beautiful Juneau Lake, providing access to fishing, hunting, hiking and wildlife viewing opportunities. The cabin can be accessed by hiking, biking, skiing, horseback, snowmobile or floatplane.Visitors are responsible for their own travel arrangements and safety, and must bring several of their own amenities. Natural Features: The cabin is located north of Sterling Highway on the eastern shore of Juneau Lake, at an elevation of 1,300 feet. It is surrounded by a spruce and birch forest overlooking the lake and surrounding mountains. A variety of wildlife makes its home in the area. For more information on access and regulations pertaining to this cabin, trail conditions, safety precautions and outdoor safety and ethics, please contact the Seward Ranger District. Recreation: Visitors enjoy boating and fishing for rainbow trout, whitefish, burbot and grayling in Juneau Lake. A canoe with paddles is provided at the cabin. Fishing equipment is not provided and permits are required to fish or hunt in the state, click here to learn more about Alaska Department of Fish & Game regulations. Hunting of various wildlife is popular along the trail and in the surrounding area. Facilities: The log cabin has bunk space for six and a maximum occupancy of eight people. It is equipped with -counter space, a table, benches and a wood stove for heat. A splitting maul and saw are available. An outhouse is also provided. There is no electricity, potable water, mattresses, bedding, cooking utensils, or cut firewood at the cabin. Visitors should bring sleeping bags and pads, a cook stove, cooking gear and food. Water taken from the lake should be treated or boiled before consumption. ACTIVITIES Biking: Mountain Biking Boating Fishing Hiking Hunting Winter Sports: Cross Country Skiing Wildlife Viewing
USDA Forest Service
Juneau Lake Cabin is located in Alaska
Access by trail or floatplane. From the Resurrection Pass South Trailhead, at milepost 53.2 on Sterling Highway, hike 9.5 miles to the cabin. From the Resurrection Pass North Trailhead, at milepost 4 on Resurrection Creek Road, hike 29.3 miles to the cabin. Maps are available online or by calling the Seward Ranger District at 907-288-3178. Winter travelers need to be able to evaluate avalanche and over-ice travel conditions. For more current travel conditions call the district office. The trail is closed to horse/pack stock from April 1 to June 30, and is open to over-snow motorized vehicles from Dec. 1 to April 30 every other winter season, beginning with the winter of 2007-2008. It is closed to motorized vehicles every other winter season beginning with the 2008-2009 winter season. Learn more about Resurrection North and Resurrection South Trails.
3 Reviews of Juneau Lake Cabin
The US Forest Service owns little cabins all over AK and each varies in amenities, age, distance, etc. This one is almost 10 miles of moderate hiking from the trailhead, so is serious backpacking (not a drive-up campground). The view from the cabin is exceptional, as is the whole trail. There’s wildlife galore and a canoe at the lake to use for free. We weren’t there when it was cold enough to use the wood stove, but it gave the cabin so much character. Make sure to bring everything you need (just like normal backpacking). You can do cabin-to-cabin hiking using a number of USFS cabins in this area, but the hiking is not easy.
Juneau is a campers wonderland. Honestly, you can't go wrong - especially if you're utilizing the Forest Service cabins sprinkled all over Alaska. This particular cabin was in amazing condition, and very clean. We loved every second of the Alaskan atmosphere here - complete with wildlife.
First to Review
A great cabin located on the resurrection pass trail.