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Lake Eva Cabin Campground in Tongass National Forest

Overview: Lake Eva Cabin Campground is located within the Tongass National Forest, which is the largest national forest in the United States and encompasses most of Southeast Alaska. The forest is known for its temperate rainforest ecosystem, abundant wildlife, and a myriad of recreational opportunities. Lake Eva Cabin offers visitors a remote and scenic experience with access to fishing, hiking, and wildlife viewing.

Access: Access to Lake Eva Cabin is typically either by floatplane or by boat, depending on the season and weather conditions. It's important that visitors plan their transportation accordingly and be prepared for the remote nature of the site. The cabin can often be reserved in advance through the U.S. Forest Service reservation system.


  • The cabin at Lake Eva is generally rustic and offers basic amenities.
  • It may include bunks, a wood stove for heating, and a table with benches.
  • You'll likely need to bring your own bedding, cooking equipment, and possibly even wood for the stove, depending on the provision and rules stated in the reservation information.
  • Outside there could be an outhouse, fire ring, and possibly a primitive dock or boat landing area.


  • Fishing: Lake Eva and the nearby water bodies provide opportunities for freshwater fishing. Anglers need to have the appropriate Alaska state fishing licenses and be familiar with the regulations.
  • Hiking: There may be trails or undeveloped paths around the lake, suitable for exploring the area's natural beauty.
  • Wildlife Viewing: The Tongass National Forest is home to a diverse range of wildlife, offering chances to spot animals such as black bears, eagles, and Sitka deer.


  • Visitors must be aware of bear safety, as this is bear country. Secure food, dispose of waste properly and carrying bear spray is recommended.
  • Be prepared for a change in weather conditions and have appropriate gear for cold and wet environments.
  • Satellite phones or emergency location devices are recommended as there is often no cellular coverage in these remote areas.

Reservations and Regulations:

  • Reservations for the Lake Eva Cabin can often be made through the U.S. Forest Service or Recreation.gov and are typically required well in advance due to the popularity of the site.
  • Users must follow Leave No Trace principles to minimize their impact on the natural environment.
  • Specific regulations about food storage, waste disposal, and use of natural resources will be provided at the time of reservation and must be adhered to strictly.

Conclusion: Planning a trip to Lake Eva Cabin requires preparation and a sense of adventure. As with any trip into the Alaskan wilderness, the key to a successful and enjoyable experience is to be well-prepared for self-sufficiency and unexpected changes in the environment. Always confirm current conditions with the forest service before embarking on your journey.

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