National Park Cabins

Per Night
$50

Kenai Fjords National Park offers two great public use cabins along the coast with easy access to the park!

Kenia Fjords National Park Cabins

2 Kenai Fjords National Park Cabins –  stays are limited to three nights per group for the season.

Coastal cabins are equipped with heating stove (propane fuel is provided), pit toilets, table and chairs, and wooden bunks. The Aialik Bay Cabin sleeps up to four people and Holgate sleeps six. Cabins do not have electricity or running water. Fresh water is available nearby but must be treated. There are no mooring buoys at any of the Public Use Cabin beaches in Kenai Fjords.

Season – May 22nd thru September 20th

Holgate Arm Cabin
Description: Rustic Cabin, approximately 16′ X 20′
Facilities: Sleeps up to 6 people. Includes six wooden bunks, a work counter, table with chairs, diesel oil stove (fuel is provided), fire extinguisher, informational bulletin board, and smoke detector. Has a pit toilet. Fresh water is available nearby but it must be treated.
Location: Located on the northeasterly shore of Holgate Arm in Aialik Bay (a 4 hour boat trip or 35 minute flight from Seward). Refer to USGS map, Blying Sound D-8.
Terrain/Vegetation: Open spruce forest, boggy ground, abundant blueberries in late August. Cabin elevation is just above sea level.

Aialik Bay Cabin
Description: Rustic Cabin, approximately 16′ X 20′
Facilities: Sleeps up to 4 people. Includes two standard twin-size wooden bunks, a work counter, table with 4 chairs, couch, diesel oil stove (fuel is provided), fire extinguisher, informational bulletin board, and smoke detector. Pit toilet with boardwalk handicap access. Fresh water is available nearby but must be treated.
Location: Cabin is located on Port Graham Corporation land on a five acre site easement on the upper end of Aialik Bay (a 4.5 hour boat ride or 30 minute flight from Seward). Refer to USGS map, Blying Sound D-8.
Terrain/Vegetation: Flat terrain, young spruce forest, alder thickets, long cobble beach. Cabin elevation is just above sea level.


Miller’s Landing provides chartered water taxi transport to the Kenai Fjords National Park including the Aialik Bay area, the Holgate Arm National Park Cabin, the Aialik National Park Cabin, and the Northwestern Arm area of the Kenai Fjords National Park. The water taxi is done with our brand new custom built 32 foot landing craft (taking 14 passengers plus crew). The drop down bow makes it ideal for loading and unloading passengers, gear, and kayaks easily. The cruise to the Kenai Fjords National Park is the highlight of the Seward area. On the trip there, you will often see sea lions, puffins, eagles, whales, mountain goats, and bears. Both of these cabins are situated near remarkable calving glaciers and berry patches, while the waters surrounding them have salmon (in season) and abundant marine wildlife. Miller’s Landing also has kayak rentals and offers guided kayaking trips (and kayak lessons too) for those wishing to experience this pristine wilderness area, rich with sea life, whales, and birds.

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