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Introduction to Green Top Cabin Campground

Green Top Cabin Campground is located within the Tongass National Forest, which is the largest national forest in the United States, covering most of Southeast Alaska surrounding the famous Inside Passage. The Tongass National Forest offers a variety of outdoor activities, including camping, fishing, hiking, and wildlife viewing.

Reservations and Accessibility


  • Reservations for Green Top Cabin Campground can be made in advance, and it is highly recommended to book early, especially during peak seasons when the demand for cabin stays is high.
  • You can make reservations either through the National Recreation Reservation System (NRRS) online or by phone.


  • Green Top Cabin might not be easily accessible and could require a hike, boat, or floatplane trip to reach, which is common for many cabins in the Tongass National Forest.
  • Details about the accessibility can be found on the Forest Service website or through the reservation system where you can check the specifics pertaining to Green Top Cabin, including the modes of transportation needed to access the site.

Facilities and Amenities

Cabin Features:

  • The cabin typically comes with basic amenities such as bunks or sleeping platforms, a table, benches, and a wood or oil stove for heating and cooking.
  • It’s important to note that there is usually no electricity, running water, or indoor plumbing in these rustic accommodations.

What to Bring:

  • Campers must bring their own supplies such as sleeping bags, cooking gear, lighting (lanterns or flashlights), food, and water.
  • If the cabin has a wood stove, you will need to either bring your own wood or check if it’s available on site, as many remote cabins have wood provided.

Activities in the Area

Green Top Cabin Campground serves as a gateway to a range of outdoor activities:

Hiking and Exploring:

  • Tongass National Forest offers numerous trails ranging from easy walks to challenging hikes, potentially leading you to beautiful vistas, serene lakes, and through old-growth rainforests.


  • The forest is rich with streams and lakes that are home to various species of fish, including salmon and trout. Make sure to check local fishing regulations and obtain necessary permits.

Wildlife Viewing:

  • The forest’s diverse ecosystems provide habitats for many animals. It's possible to spot bald eagles, bears, and many other wildlife species in their natural environment.

Water Activities:

  • Kayaking, canoeing, and boating are popular on the many waterways in the forest. Be prepared for the weather and water conditions that can change rapidly.

Safety and Regulations

Safety Considerations:

  • When venturing into the wilderness, it's crucial to be bear-aware. That means storing food properly and knowing what to do if you encounter a bear.
  • Weather can be unpredictable, so pack appropriate clothing and gear for rain and temperature changes.
  • Always let someone know your plans and expected return time.


  • Follow Leave No Trace principles to minimize your impact on the environment.
  • Pay attention to fire restrictions and guidelines to prevent wildfires.
  • Fishing and hunting require proper licenses and adherence to regulations set by the Alaska Department of Fish and Game.

Contact and Information

For the most current information, you should contact the U.S. Forest Service office responsible for the Tongass National Forest or visit their official website. They can provide you with the latest updates on cabin conditions, access, weather, and any alerts or closures you should be aware of before planning your trip to Green Top Cabin Campground.

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