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Priest Rock Cabin Overview

Take yourself back in time with a stay in the Priest Rock Cabin on Lake Clark. Split some wood and head inside to light a blaze in the wood stove, under the light of the moon as it shimmers on the lake. Enjoy the warmth as your gear dries out from a day on the water.
Recreation

The cabin is an ideal location for kayaking, boating, fishing and wildlife viewing. Please refer to Alaska Department of Fish and Game for fishing regulations and license requirements.

Facilities

The cabin is an ideal location for kayaking, boating, fishing and wildlife viewing. Please refer to Alaska Department of Fish and Game for fishing regulations and license requirements.

Natural Features

The Priest Rock Cabin sits on the north shore of Lake Clark, approximately eight miles (13 km) north of Port Alsworth. The cabin is perched above a small creek that runs into the lake. It commands a sublime view of the upper reaches of Lake Clark backed by mountains soaring to 6,000 feet (1829 m).

Nearby Attractions
This is a remote backcountry cabin with the closest amenities available in Port Alsworth. There are no maintained trails surrounding the cabin.
Directions to Campground

It is not possible to drive to the cabin. The cabin is 120 air miles from Anchorage and 8 miles from Port Alsworth. Visitors must arrange their own transportation. This cabin is accessible by float plane, water taxi, or private vessel. Kayakers with advanced skills can reach the cabin from Port Alsworth. There are no mooring buoys at this location.

This page includes information about Priest Rock Cabin in Lake Clark National Park & Preserve | Lake Clark National Park and Preserve is a land of stunning beauty. Volcanoes steam, salmon run, bears forage, and craggy mountains reflect in shimmering turquoise lakes. Here, too, local people and culture still depend on the land and water. Venture into the park to become part of the wilderness. | Alaska | https://www.nps.gov/lacl/index.htm