Fairbanks Public Use Cabins

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This hand­some 1624 log cab­in with a sleep­ing loft sits on the banks of the Chena Riv­er about 48 miles from Fair­banks, fea­tur­ing the musi­cal flow of the crys­tal riv­er with decent fish­ing for grayling or a launch spot for float trips. It’s ded­i­cat­ed to the mem­o­ry of Park Ranger Dar­ryl Hunt, who man­aged the Chena Riv­er State Recre­ation Area from 1994 to 2003.

16′ x 16′ cab­in in the White Moun­tains Recre­ation Area

This cozy 10×16 cab­in inside a camp­ground about 22 miles up the Elliott High­way from Fair­banks offers great access to the 400-acre Chatani­ka State Recre­ation Area with near­by sled and ATV trails, and boat­ing on the Chatani­ka Riv­er. Wired for elec­tric­i­ty, the cab­in may be unavail­able for pub­lic reser­va­tions May 1 through Sept. 30.

Approx­i­mate­ly 6 miles above Tako­ma Bluff, just above the mouth of Eure­ka Creek on riv­er left. Sleeps 3 com­fort­ably, 6 max.

Cab­in at the end of Bear Creek Trail in the White Moun­tains Nation­al Recre­ation Area. 

A cozy 1412 log cab­in inside a 61-acre park with a boat launch site on the Salcha Riv­er about 40 miles south­east of Fair­banks in the Tanana Riv­er Val­ley. The site is known for its grayling fish­ing, with a July salmon run. With ski­ing and snow­ma­chin­ing in win­ter. The cab­in may be unavail­able for pub­lic reser­va­tions mid-May through mid-September.

Locat­ed off of Windy Creek Trail Near Beaver Creek in White Moun­tains Nation­al Recre­ation Area.

This large 2024 cab­in with a broad, cov­ered front porch sup­port­ed by burled posts looks out over the Chena Riv­er and fea­tures excep­tion­al access with wheel­chair suit­able ramps. Locat­ed about 37 miles from Fair­banks in the Chena Riv­er State Recre­ation Area, the cab­in nes­tles in a hand­some spruce-birch for­est on the riv­er inside the 254,000-acre recre­ation area.

Cab­in sleeps 3 in South West White Moun­tains Nation­al Recre­ation Area

The White Moun­tain Nation­al Recre­ation Area has over 200 miles of win­ter trails that are shared by dog mush­ers, ski­iers, ski­jor­ers, and snow machin­ers and sev­er­al cab­ins have been built along the White Moun­tain win­ter trails to pro­vide vis­i­tors with safe­ty and com­fort dur­ing their adventures.

Cab­in at the inter­sec­tion of Windy Creek Trail and Cache Moun­tain Loop Trail in the White Moun­tains Nation­al Recre­ation Area 

This airy and hand­some 1620 cab­in with a sleep­ing loft stands in a pop­u­lar camp­ground next to an 800-acre fish­ing and boat­ing lake about 59 miles south­east of Fair­banks. The cab­in may be unavail­able for pub­lic reser­va­tions May 1 through Sept. 30 because it is used to house camp­ground hosts.

This rus­tic, 2024 log cab­in with a cov­ered porch sits in the for­est close to the Chena Riv­er about 53 miles from Fair­banks inside the Chena Riv­er State Recre­ation Area. It has the vibe of an old-time trapper’s cab­in, with great riv­er access.

Down­riv­er from the mouth of Coal Creek on the left bank of the Yukon. Boat or hike in.

Locat­ed off of the mid­dle of Wick­er­sham Creek Trail, sleeps 4.

This framed 1220 cab­in about 45 miles from Fair­banks is wired for elec­tric­i­ty and offers a par­ti­tioned sleep­ing area, with space for up to four adults and a bit of pri­va­cy. Locat­ed inside the Gran­ite Tors Camp­ground, the cab­in is a great base for explor­ing both the Chena Hot Springs Win­ter Trail (also known as the Yukon Quest Trail) and the 15-mile Gran­ite Tors Trail.

Locat­ed at the end of the trail between Fos­sil Gap Trail and Fos­sil Creek Trail, in the White Moun­tains Recre­ation Area. 

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