About This Campground
USDA Forest Service
Starrigavan Creek Cabin is a drive-up, high-use, seasonally accessible log cabin within the Starrigavan Recreation Area. The cabin was constructed in 2008 from young Sitka spruce trees harvested around Starrigavan Creek to improve wildlife and fish habitat. The cabin is an experiment in the…
- Tent Sites
- ADA Access
- Picnic Table
- Firewood Available
- Drinking Water
- Max Length: 15 ft.
- Drive InPark next to your campsite
This is a great little cabin to get away from town for a couple days, without being too far away. Locals use it for birthday parties and company retreats. Best to reserve well in advance, especially during the summer and the weekends.
The cabin is located within Starrigavan Creek Campground,…
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Starrigavan Creek Cabin is located in Alaska
Located 7 miles northeast of Sitka at the end of Halibut Point Road, about 3/4 mile from the local Alaska Marine Highway ferry terminal. There are no roads to Sitka. Access is via the Alaska Marine Highway or Alaska Airlines. Upon exiting the Ferry Terminal parking lot, turn left. Drive 3/4 mile on the state highway, also known as Halibut Point Road, or walk the same distance on the separate pedestrian walkway. The Estuary Loop, where this cabin is located (in Campsite 6), is accessed from the last right turn before the end of the state highway. From the airport, go across the O’Connell Bridge through downtown Sitka to the intersection of Sawmill Creek Road and Halibut Point Road, which is a roundabout. Turn onto Halibut Point Road and travel 7 miles north to Starrigavan Recreation Area.