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Manzanita Lake Cabin

Tongass National Forest

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Manzanita Lake Cabin is a remote and primitive cabin located on the northwest arm of Manzanita Lake in the Misty Fiords Monument Wilderness. It offers recreational activities such as fishing, rowing and wildlife viewing, and is surrounded by stunning waterfalls and old-growth forest. Visitors must bring their own amenities and bear safety is advised.


Manzanita Lake Cabin is located on the scenic northwest arm of Manzanita Lake approximately 28 miles northeast of Ketchikan on Revillagigedo Island. The cabin offers recreational and wildlife viewing opportunities and makes an excellent base for experiencing this corner of Alaska.

The cabin is remote and accessible only by float plane or canoe, depending on conditions. This primitive cabin has no electricity, indoor plumbing or cell phone
coverage. Visitors are responsible for their own travel arrangements and safety, and must bring several of their own amenities.


A 14-foot aluminum skiff with oars is provided for rowing around the lake, but visitors must provide their own life jackets. Visitors can row over and explore the nearby stream inlet delta.

The lake offers excellent fishing for cutthroat trout, Dolly Varden and kokanee salmon. Sitka black-tailed deer and black bear hunting is possible with a permit.


The 12x14-ft. (pan-abode style) cabin can accommodate 6 people with 2 single bunks and 2 double bunks. Other amenities include a table with benches, a cooking counter, food storage, broom and an wood stove for heat. An outhouse is located nearby.

Drinking water and firewood are not provided. Visitors must bring their own supply of drinking water and biobricks for tiny wood stove.
Water is also available from a nearby stream or the lake (water safety).

Visitors should also bring sleeping bags, sleeping pads, cooking gear, lanterns or flashlights, food, toilet paper, garbage bags, a fire extinguisher and fire starter.
Rain gear and boots are recommended. Visitors are expected to pack out their trash, gear and food and clean the cabin before leaving (more cabin details).

Natural Features

The cabin is located about 100 yards from the lake shore beside a spectacular series of cascading waterfalls. Visitors can also enjoy views of steep granite walls and snow-capped peaks. The cabin is surrounded by large old-growth spruce, hemlock and cedar.

The Misty Fiords Monument Wilderness supports a diverse variety of wildlife. Mountain goats, bears, deer, moose and bald eagles make their home here (bear safety). Many species of birds may be seen in or around the lake, and visitors may catch a glimpse of beavers in the area.
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