This cabin sits at the south end of Juneau Lake. A rustic cabin with counter space, a table, benches and a wood stove for heat. Sleeps eight with bunks for six. Other features include a splitting maul and saw, an outhouse—and a canoe with paddles for exploring the lake.
There is no electricity, potable water or cut firewood at the cabin.
Up to 8 people
The cabin is located north of Sterling Highway, 9 miles from the south trailhead on the Resurrection Pass Trail and is set back from the southern shore of Juneau Lake.
Access is by hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, floatplane and snowmobiles.From the Resurrection Pass South Trailhead, at milepost 53.2 on Sterling Highway, hike 9 miles to the cabin or fly by float lane (10 minutes from Cooper Landing). From the Resurrection Pass North Trailhead, at milepost 4 on Resurrection Creek Road, hike 29.8 miles to the cabin.
The cabin sits at an elevation of 1,300 feet and is surrounded by a willow, spruce, and birch forest on hilly ground overlooking the lake and surrounding mountains.
You can enjoy boating and fishing for rainbow trout, whitefish, burbot and grayling in Juneau Lake in a canoe with paddles provided at the cabin. In season, you can hunt for moose, black and brown bears and wolves in the surrounding forest. Hiking, mountain biking, cross country skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling (during open seasons) are also popular in the area.
Season of Use
Chugach National Forest
What to Bring
Bring your sleeping bags and pads, a cook stove, cooking gear and food. Water taken from the lake should be treated or boiled before consumption.