Equipped with 14 rustic cabins on the Kenai Peninsula, you'll be transported to an Alaskan wonderland that's fully primitive and entirely adventurous. Most of the 14 cabins are not accessible by car or by walking, so you'll have to ski, boat, aircraft, or hike in order to get to your cabin. Four of the available cabins are 16x18, trapper-style log cabins that include a bench, plywood bunk (sans mattress), wood heating stove, and an outhouse a few yards from the cabin. The other cabins are historic log cabins that were built at the turn of the century.
None of the cabins have electricity, water, or power, but you can expect an ax, broom and dustpan, a campfire ring, a dining area, a heating stove, a snow shovel, and vault toilets at each and every cabin. It's important to bring your own firewood, treat the water you plan to drink, and ensure that you're supplied with the proper tools to make it through your camping experience.
If you plan to bring your dog with you, remember that it's moose and bear country - two animals that are incredibly dangerous to you and to your pooch. Keep your doggo leashed at all times and never allow them to wander. If you are not with your dog, ensure they're securely in the cabin. Never leave your dog's waste to lay in the outdoors as this is a welcome invitation for wildlife to sniff out your campsite.