Denali State Park Public Use Cabins

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New in 2016, this log cab­in with a sleep­ing loft and spi­ral stair­case has an amaz­ing panoram­ic view of the Alas­ka Range. The loca­tion inside the Tent Loop of the K’esugi Ken Camp­ground — close to the sim­i­lar Hunter Cab­in — fea­tures a short walk from park­ing and excep­tion­al recre­ation potential. 

14′ x 16′ Cab­in on Byers Lake that sleeps up to 6.

The cab­in is occu­pied by a camp­ground host dur­ing sum­mer, with pub­lic rentals usu­al­ly (but not always) lim­it­ed to the Sep­tem­ber through May peri­od. (It’s worth check­ing for a rare sum­mer opening.)

New in 2016, this airy log cab­in with a sleep­ing loft and spi­ral stair­case sits on a bench with a view of the Alas­ka Range. The loca­tion inside the Tent Loop of the K’esugi Ken Camp­ground — close to the sim­i­lar Tokosha Cab­in — fea­tures a short walk from park­ing and excep­tion­al recre­ation poten­tial. On a sun­ny day with crys­tal air, the sight of Denali’s white mas­sif glim­mer­ing on the north­west­ern hori­zon might take your breath.

12′ x 28′ road acces­si­ble cab­in that sleeps up to 6

12′ x 16′ cab­in on shore of Byers Lake. Sleeps 6

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