Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge
|Little River Cabin in Kodiak|
Getaway into a majestic island and experience the true beauty nature offers in Kodiak, with a once in a life time opportunity for you and your family to relish in some of Alaska's best: Hiking, and
The Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge maintains nine remote public-use cabins for anyone who'd prefer to look for wildlife without lugging a tent around. Cabin reservations cost $45.00 per night. To make a reservation, please visit http://www.recreation.gov
Kodiak is perhaps most well known for its bears, but the refuge hosts many other animals such as red foxes, river otters, short-tailed weasels, black-tailed deer, Roosevelt elk, and mountain goats...
|Two cubs mock fighting and playing on a dock in Kodiak|
Important Things To Know:
The cabins DO NOT provide:
- running water
- cooking stoves
- fuel for heaters
- transportation to the cabins
Important Items to Bring:
- propane stove
- sleeping bags and pads
- cooking and eating utensils
- toilet paper
- garbage bags
- insect repellent
Kodiak also known as the "Emerald Island" has astonishing misty fjords, deep glacial valleys, and stunning mountains that make up 1.9 million acres of riparian wetlands, grasslands, shrub lands, spruce forests, tundra, alpine meadows, and 16 lakes.
For more information, visit their website at http://kodiak.fws.gov.
To learn about other public use cabins visit: https://www.alaskacenters.gov/cabins.cfm.