20ft x 20ft 2-story Pan Abode cabin. Main level has single-wide bunk, table, benches, cooking counter, 2 entrances (front and back), large front deck. Stairway to second level open sleeping loft with two double-wide bunks, outside balconies to front and back.
Second level sleeps 8 to 13, 1 single-wide plywood bunk, 2 double-wide plywood bunks, Oil heating stove (takes #1 fuel oil, not supplied), Table with benches, Cooking counters, Broom, Outhouse toilet, Storage shed, Mooring buoy. Water available from small stream 200 feet (60 m) west of cabin (to the right when standing on porch). Treat all water before using.
16 boat miles (26 km) north of Sitka, near Allan Point on Halleck Island, in upper Nakwasina Sound.
30 minutes by boat or 10 minutes by float plane from Sitka.
South-facing and flat shoreline amid a tall dense hemlock-spruce forest.
Cabin is a popular destination for Sitkans. Views down and across Nakwasina Sound. In the early 1960s, several forested areas in Nakwasina Sound were harvested. During the summer, the vegetation pattern in these areas appears more dense (overstory of alder with understory of spruce and hemlock) and a brighter green than the darker, less dense tops of the surrounding hemlock-spruce forest. Saltwater fishing and deer hunting are possible from this cabin. Brown bear frequent the area.
Season Of Use
Tongass National Forest
What To Bring
#1 stove oil, generally 10 gallons for a three-day stay, sleeping bags, sleeping pads, cooking stove, lantern, pots, pans, plates, utensils, food, toilet paper, garbage bags, fire extinguisher and fire starter. Rubber boots are recommended. It's a good idea to bring your own water.
Oil (#1 diesel)
Mooring buoy available on first-come, first-served basis for boat anchorage. Cabin reservation does not include exclusive use of buoy. Refer to charts for location of a dangerous rock just below water surface towards east side of bay on approach to cabin. Firewood not provided for outdoor campfires. Occasionally poor weather can result in extended stays, and cabin users should be prepared for this. DO NOT leave food behind when vacating cabin. Pack out all gear that you bring to cabin. Cabin is NOT maintained during winter. Cabin built in 1993 by Sitka volunteers
USGS Topo Map
Sitka A-5, A-4, B-5
$65 per night