Seward & Kenai Fjords Public Use Cabins

Visit public use cabins near Seward for a unique camping experience. You can access some of these cabins via water taxis, which make for a scenic journey to your secluded destination. Or set off on a hike from Seward and immerse yourself in the forest. For all public use cabin stays, you’ll need to bring your camping pad, sleeping bag, food, water, and other necessities. Each cabin states the type of fuel required to heat the cabin for a comfortable stay.

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Public Use Cabins

Der­by Cove Cab­in is 14′ X 18′. This cab­in sits with­in a spruce and hem­lock for­est behind a grav­el beach. At the head of the Caines Head trail sys­tem, Der­by Cove is a quar­ter mile from the ranger sta­tion. Use the creek that runs in front of the cab­in as a water source.

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Cal­lis­to Cab­in is locat­ed in the Caines Head State Recre­ation Area, approx­i­mate­ly 7 nau­ti­cal miles south of Seward in Res­ur­rec­tion Bay. The cab­in can be reached by the coastal tidal trail, or by water taxi or floatplane. 

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