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Black Bear Lake Cabin

Pan-abode cedar log cabin (12' x 12') on the shore of Black Bear Lake, high in the Klawock Mountains. Lake is clear, cold, amid rugged mountain peaks rising to nearly 4,000' (1220 m) elevation. Accessible only by floatplane. Spectacular scenery, hiking, hunting, photography. Wildflowers in mid-late summer. Resident rainbow trout, fair fishing. Black bear, deer hunting in fall. Sleeps up to 6, oil stove (#1 diesel, not provided), rowboat (flotation devices not provided). Bring your own oil (#1 diesel, uses 0.2 gal/hour at highest setting), personal flotation devices, sleeping bags, sleeping pads, cooking stove, lantern, pots, pans, utensils, food, toilet paper, and garbage bags. It's a good idea to bring your own water. Please take your fuel container with you when you leave.

At a Glance

Operational Hours: Check in/out at noon
A $9 reservation fee will be added to each reservation.
Fees $30/night peak season May 1 – September 30
$25/night non-peak season October 1 – April 30
Open Season: Mid-June
Usage: Light
Closest Towns: Klawock
Water: No
Restroom: Pit Toilet (1)
Operated By: Forest Service

General Information

Directions: Approximately 50 air miles from Ketchikan and 12 miles northeast of the city of Craig on Prince of Wales Island. Access is by floatplane only. Refer to USGS Craig C-3


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