Anan Lake Cabin Campground and Camping

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About the Campground

Click here for more cabin information and maps. Description: This pre-cut cedar wood frame cabin was originally built in 1967. The cabin sleeps 4 people with 2 double and 2 single bunks. The cabin also has a table with benches, oil stove (#1 oil ONLY), skiff, broom, and an outhouse. The foundation was replaced in 1996 through a cost-share partnership with the Wrangell Teacher's Association. The cabin has no mattresses or cooking utensils. Cabin users should bring sleeping bags, pads, cookstove, cooking gear, food, and #1 stove oil. Bring personal flotation devices for skiff use, and secure skiff before leaving the cabin. The cabin has no phone access. Proximity: The terrain adjacent to cabin is moderate to steep, covered primarily with Sitka spruce and western hemlock rainforest with some cedar. Muskeg is also common in the area. Boulder Lake is about 0.3 miles from the cabin. There is no developed trail access between the cabin and Boulder Lake. The trail shown on topographic maps from Anan Lake to saltwater is unmaintained. The lower portion of this unmaintained trail passes through an area closed to the public between June 15 and September 15. Fish: Cutthroat trout (May - September) and silver salmon (September) in Anan Lake, steelhead (April and May) and pink salmon (July and August) in Anan Creek. Wildlife:Brown and black bear, and deer. Effective November 17, 2003, reservations for Alaska cabins will be subject to a new policy allowing only one change per reservation. A change in reservation is defined as a modification to the start or end date of the reservation. After one change has been made, if additional changes are desired, the customer must cancel the reservation and at a later time, re-book the new dates. This policy has been established to assure that reservations for cabins are fair and equitable for everyone.

Services & Amenities


Peak Season
Apr 29 2010 -
Sep 28 2010
Non Peak Season
Sep 29 2010 -
Dec 31 2010
Non Peak Season
Jan 01 2011 -
Apr 28 2011
Peak Season
Apr 29 2011 -
Sep 28 2011

Alerts and Important Information Cabin is equipped with wooden bunks,table,benches,oil stove for heat, bear-proof storage locker for food, and and outhouse. It does not have cooking utensils. Cabin users should bring their own sleeping bags, pads, cook stoves, cooking gear, #1 stove oil and food. The person holding the reservation must be 18, and must be a member of the party using the cabin. Use of this cabin by a commercial operator, such as an outfitter or guide, is NOT allowed. There are NO discounts for Golden Age/Passports for Alaska cabin rentals. Reservations can be made the day of arrival, or up to 180 days in advance. Boil or treat drinking water before consumption. Pack out all garbage and food. Occasionally poor weather can result in extended stays, and cabin users should be prepared for this. In fall, winter, and early spring, the cabin may be inaccessible due to frozen lake surface (floatplanes cannot land). Please contact the local Forest Service Ranger District office for information prior to making reservations during these periods.

Campground Contact Information

Open From: Jun 14 2010 to Dec 14 2010
Reservation Phone: 877-444-6777
Campground Reservations: Anan Lake Cabin
Campground Phone: 907-874-2323
Customer Service Phone:888-445-1474
Backcountry Permits Phone: 877-550-6777

Wrangell, AK

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Anan Lake Cabin is a campground located in Wrangell, Alaska. This is a US Forest Service campground. All reservations can be made by calling 1-877-444-6777.

To find this campground check the map shown above, or enter -131.8836 latitude, and -131.8836 longitude into your GPS device.

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