Juneau Public Use Cabins
Experience the area outside Juneau by staying in a remote public-use cabin. These rustic cabins make for a serene escape year-round for anywhere from 4 to 16 people. Most allow pets.
Public Use Cabins
This is a restored Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) log cabin, 16′ x 20′. Access by 3 mile trail on Pioneer Street off Cordova Street, and at the end of Jackson St. above Blueberry Hills subdivision in West Juneau.
This airy and very popular 16 x 18 log cabin enjoys exceptional access inside Eagle Beach State Recreation Area. With a wheelchair accessible ramp and a covered front porch adjacent to parking, the cabin is a great base to explore accessible nature loops, or beachcomb and watch for marine wildlife, birds and other critters in the salt marsh and tide flats.
This cozy 12 x 14 cabin is tucked into the forest inside the Eagle Beach State Recreation Area about 15 miles up the coast from Juneau on the island-rich Favorite Channel of Lynn Canal. Martin Cabin offers a bit of privacy amid the big trees, with more immediate access to the trails along the river than the area’s other coastal-oriented cabins.
This airy 16 x 18 log cabin overlooks a scenic bend in the river estuary inside the Eagle Beach State Recreation Area near Juneau. Berry Patch offers a bit of privacy but remains a great base to explore accessible nature loops, or beachcomb and watch for marine wildlife such sea lion and whales, birds and other critters in the salt marsh and tide flats.