I've stayed at this cabin numerous times. The cabin pic is great. What the cabin pic doesn't illustrate is the view from the cabin, which is unparalleled. Getting here is an adventure. It's a 3 hour drive from the Craig Klawock area to the trailhead. The trail is almost a full mile in length. Constructed from yellow cedar, the boardwalk is slippery but well done. It winds through the woods, with a few short staircases and a bridge. Forget about kayak wheels. Renting a small outboard is, to me, worth the expense rather than rowing the skiff across the mile long lake which was once so windy when I didn't have a motor that we were practically rowing backwards. Red Lake can produce hot fishing in good years. Bears and other wildlife are seen every time I go there. Go for at least two nights, 3 if possible, and explore the North End of POW. Wood stove.
I have the fondest memories of the Red Bay Lake Cabin.
Took a canoe out to the site, and the cabin was GORGEOUS. Had a crew of about 10 of us, and it fit us comfortably. Lots of space to put up tents too. Spent the night playing "stump" (an Alaska classic), and canoeing around. Can't say enough about this pristine, quiet, perfect little escape.