McDonald Lake Cabin

  

This is a rustic style 12' x 14' Pan-Abode log cabin that was constructed in 1967. There is trail access to Wolverine Creek and a 1930's Civilian Conservation Corp (CCC) 3-sided shelter. There are steelhead and salmon runs up Wolverine Creek with resident trout and dolly Varden throughout the lake. FACILITIES: • Two Single & Two Double Bunks • Wood Stove and Firewood • Cooking Counter and Table • Shelves and Cupboard Space • Ax/Maul/Splitting Wedges • Broom.

Firewood may be available, but visitors are encouraged to contact the Ketchikan Misty Fjords Ranger District at 907-225-2148 to check the status of the woodshed.

At a Glance

Reservations: A non-refundable service fee will be added to each reservation by Recreation.gov
Fees $35/Night May- September $25/Night October- April
Open Season: Year Round
Usage: Light
Closest Towns: Ketchikan
Water: No
Restroom: Toilet (2)
Operated By: Forest Service

General Information

Directions: McDonald Lake is located on Cleveland Peninsula north of Yes Bay. The cabin site is on Wolverine Island near the outlet of McDonald Lake. It is accessible by floatplane or boat and is about 50 miles from Ketchikan. A hike from Yes Bay to McDonald Lake is a 1.5 mile trail that provides saltwater access. Refer To: USGS Ketchikan D6

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  Latitude : 
55.93602702

  Longitude : 
-131.8084193

 



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