Rustic Cabin, approximately 16' x 20'.
2 standard twin-size wooden bunks, a work counter, table with 4 chairs, couch, diesel oil stove (fuel is provided), fire extinguisher, informational bulletin board, and smoke detector. Pit toilet with boardwalk handicap access. Fresh water is available nearby but must be treated. Not included: Running water, electricity, mattress or bedding, cooking utensils.
Upper end of Aialik Bay.
Cabin is located on Port Graham Corporation land on a five acre site easement on the upper end of Aialik Bay (a 4.5 hour boat ride or 30 minute flight from Seward).
Boat or float plane.
Flat terrain, young spruce forest, alder thickets, long cobble beach. Cabin elevation is just above sea level.
Kayaking, boating, fishing, hiking, and wildlife viewing. Superb viewing opportunities for eagles and other birds. Ideal location for visiting both Aialik and Pedersen Glaciers and Pedersen Lagoon. The cabin is located on one of the few beaches where you can explore Aialik Bay on foot. At low tide you can walk over a mile, exploring tidepools and watching for humpback whales and other wildlife.
Season Of Use
Kenai Fjords National Park
What To Bring
Sleeping bags, sleeping pads, cooking stove, cooking utensils. It's a good idea to bring your own water.
All food and drinks must be kept secured in the cabin at all times. Black and brown bears frequent this area. Food storage violations could result in immediate termination of the cabin permit. Campfires are permitted only on the beach below the storm tide line. Tents may not be pitched around the cabin. Hikers and fishermen must stay on marked trail and site easements as shown on cabin map. Access onto or across surrounding Port Graham Corporation lands outside of the easements is prohibited without a permit. There is no hunting or trapping allowed in this area.
USGS Topo Map
Blying Sound D-8
$50 per night