Cuda Cabins are named for their construction by Mark Cuda, who owned and operated the local sawmill. They feature a 12 X 16 footprint and have a large upper loft for sleeping. They have a queen size bed and 2 twin beds. The floorspace is maximized, which allows good living space for couples or roommates.
These cabins are fully insulated and have ample electrical outlets for powering household electronics. Painted walls, floor coverings, blinds on windows and a Toyo stove for colder nights.
Summer ratesMay 1 thru September 30
Trapper Cabins have a long and storied Alaskan tradition. Many of our guests who are living alone, enjoy the rustic charm of the Trapper Cabins. They measure 8 X 12 and feature a single south facing window to keep the midnight sun at bay during our long summer days.
These cabins offer exceptional value for the person seeking safety from the spring mosquitoes and fall bears. A secure alternative to camping in the wild.