Wrangell Public Use Cabins
Public Use Cabins
16ft x 16ft (5m x 5m) A‑frame cabin with sleeping loft, partially covered porch.
This modern, spacious cabin is located on the road system, 11 miles south of Wrangell on the Zimovia Highway. Open year-round, it sleeps 6 – 8 and meets ADA disability requirements. There is access to Newt Lake where a skiff and oars are available for use.
Voted one of the Top 10 Forest Service cabins in Southeast, this modified A‑frame public use cabin occupies a prime spot in the Stikine-LeConte Wilderness, overlooking the Stikine River delta. A short trail leads to LeConte Bay, where icebergs broken off LeConte Glacier can be spotted. It’s also a prime spot for watching the spring shorebird migration.
This A‑frame public use cabin lies eight miles northeast of Wrangell on the Stikine River delta, one mile south of Point Rothsay and walking distance to the town’s famous garnet deposits. It sleeps six. Guests must provide firewood, bedding and cooking utensils. The garnet outcropping is owned by the Presbyterian Church in Wrangell.
14 foot x 16 foot (4.25 m x 5 m) hunter-style cabin with half-loft for storage & small wrap-around deck
12 foot x 14 foot hunter-style cabin. The cabin is 12 miles by floatplane or shallow draft boat from Wrangell, or 7 miles from the boat ramp on the south end of Mitkof Island.
12′ x 14′ Pan Abode style cabin with covered deck on front on west side of Sergief Island on Stikine River tideflats
16′ x 16′ cabin on south side of Little Dry Island on Stikine River tideflats