Shrode Lake Cabin is open year-round, offering the opportunity to enjoy both summer and winter recreation in beautiful Prince William Sound. The cabin is in a secluded location that provides a true backcountry experience.The site can be accessed by float plane or boat, depending on conditions. Those arriving by boat should be prepared to hike 1 mile to the cabin from where the boat anchors at Long Bay. Guests are responsible for their own travel arrangements and safety, and must bring several of their own amenities.
Shrode Cabin is situated on the northeastern shore of Shrode Lake, a freshwater lake near Long Bay, which is just off Culross Passage in Prince William Sound. Shrode Lake is separated from the saltwater Long Bay by a lagoon.The cabin is located in an open grassy and muskeg area with evergreen forest nearby. The front of the cabin overlooks the lake and surrounding mountains.
Hike on the 1 mile trail to Long Bay or hike to Jack Lake, which is a half-mile from the cabin. Threefingers Cove to the west of Shrode Lake is another beautiful hiking destination. The Jack Lake and Threefingers Cove trails are primitive trails and may require some route finding.
The cabin is a 16 x 16 foot A-frame with a main floor and a sleeping loft. It accommodates up to 6 people and comes equipped with wooden bunks, a kerosene heater, a table, benches, broom, fire extinguisher and an outhouse with a pit toilet. No water, electricity or fuel for the heater is provided. Freshwater is available around the cabin, but it must be treated before drinking.
SHRODE LAKE CABIN
ALYESKA HWY & MONARCH MINE RD
Girdwood AK 99587