Log In
Join Now

Camping at Brent's Beach Cabin Campground

Scan for Cancellations
All campsites booked in Brent's Beach Cabin Campground? Create a scan and we’ll notify you when somebody cancels.
Scan for Cancellations


Brent's Beach Cabin Campground in Tongass National Forest is a locale available for outdoor enthusiasts who are seeking an experience that combines rustic accommodations with the natural beauty of the Southeast Alaskan wilderness. Tongass National Forest is the largest national forest in the United States, covering most of Southeast Alaska, surrounding the famous Inside Passage, and offering unique opportunities for wildlife viewing, fishing, and exploring a vast, unspoiled landscape.


The campground is located along the shoreline, which is typically accessible by floatplane or boat, depending on weather and scheduling considerations. Visitors should ensure they have accurate and updated travel directions, which can be sought from the U.S. Forest Service or local travel resources.


Brent's Beach Cabin is typically a simple rustic structure. Facilities might include:

  • A cabin structure, often with bunks or sleeping platforms
  • A wood or oil stove for heating
  • Basic furnishings
  • Fire pit or a designated outdoor cooking area
  • Pit toilets
  • Freshwater source (such as a stream or lake) might be available, but visitors should be prepared to treat water for drinking

Capacity and Reservations

  • Capacity: There is usually a limit on the number of people that the cabin can accommodate; this is often based on the size of the bunks and space available.
  • Reservations: These are typically required and can be quite competitive. Reservation details, availability, and prices can be found on recreation.gov or through the U.S. Forest Service.

What to Bring

Since the facilities provide only the basic necessities, visitors need to bring a number of items:

  • Sleeping gear (sleeping bags, pillows)
  • Food and cooking utensils
  • Water treatment supplies
  • A reliable source of light (flashlights, lanterns)
  • Firewood, if not provided, or an axe and saw for cutting deadfall
  • A first aid kit
  • Bear-resistant food containers or methods to secure food
  • Emergency communication device (such as a satellite phone)


  • Fishing: The waters near the campground are often rich with fish.
  • Wildlife Viewing: Tongass National Forest is home to a diverse array of wildlife, including bears, eagles, and whales off the coast.
  • Hiking: Trails may be available for exploring the forest and coastline.
  • Boating: Kayaking or canoeing can be a great way to explore the shoreline.
  • Photography: The scenic environment provides ample opportunities for photography.

Safety and Regulations

  • Bears and Wildlife: Proper precautions should be taken to avoid attracting bears and other wildlife.
  • Weather Preparedness: The weather can change rapidly, so be prepared with appropriate clothing and gear.
  • Leave No Trace: Visitors should pack out all trash and follow Leave No Trace principles.
  • Local Regulations: Be aware of any fishing, hunting, or fire regulations specific to the area. A valid Alaska fishing license is usually required for fishing.

Booking and Contact Information

To book the cabin or for more specific information about Brent's Beach Cabin Campground, such as availability and fees, check the official website for Tongass National Forest or recreation.gov where reservations are managed. Additionally, it's recommended to reach out to the U.S. Forest Service’s local ranger district for the most up-to-date information regarding your visit.

Location of Brent's Beach Cabin Campground
Other Campgrounds in Tongass National Forest
National Parks Badges

Get The Campsite Reservations You Want

Create a scan to get notified once a reservation opens at a campground you're interested in.