This is a rustic style 12' x 14' Pan-Abode log cabin with sleeping space for 4 to 6 people. The cabin was constructed in 1975. Nestled in a sheltered cove, it is a great jumping-off spot for exploration of various bays and inlets in the northern Behm Canal area. The area is noted for salmon, halibut, red snapper, and shrimp. A fresh water lake with trout is located about 1/2 mile upstream from the cabin. There is no trail to the lake. Mooring buoy is available on a first-come, first-serve basis. FACILITIES: • Two Single & Two Double Bunks • Oil Stove (#1 Diesel fuel NOT provided) • Cooking Counter and Table • Shelves and Cupboard Space • Broom
At a Glance
$35/Night May-September $25/Night October-April
Directions: The cabin is approximately 40 air miles north of Ketchikan, on the northwest shore of Hassler Island, across from Black Island. It is accessible by floatplane or by boat.