Cabin is 11 feet by 15 feet in size, sleeps up to two people. Cabin contains 2 standard twinsize wooden bunks, a table and chairs, a wood stove, fire extinguisher, info bulletin board, and pit toilet. Water is not available near the cabin, but from a seasonal spring located 1/4 mile northeast of the cabin on Chathenda Creek. Excellent opportunity for extended treks along the Chisana River or the Gold Hill historic mining district, situated 10 miles to the northwest. There are numerous bugs; head nets are strongly advised during June, July, and August. Obtain firewood from dead and down wood. Chisana is residentially occupied, private lands are scattered around the area.
Chisana holds ruins of structures and historic artifacts throughout the area. Please don't remove or relocate anything. Many of the historic structures are located on private property—please respect private property while at the site. You must bring all personal belongings that you will require, including sleeping and dining equipment. Please leave cabins cleaner than when you arrived. Replenish any firewood stored in the cabins for the next user. Please do not deface these historic buildings.
The cabin is located in the historic mining settlement of Chisana. Accessible by air. Located 97 nautical miles east of the Gulkana airport.
1600 foot gravel airstrip
Elevation 3318 feet
Public tie-downs are available.