In the winter, there are 250 miles of groomed trails. Visitors ski, snowmobile, dog sled, and snowshoe. For the winter sports person, this is one of the premier areas of Alaska.
There are primitive campgrounds plus 12 cabins and 2 shelters located in this expansive recreation area. When you arrive at the cabin, you will find it equipped with an ax, bow saw, bunk beds, a cooking area, propane lantern, firewood, propane stove, wood stove, fire extinguisher, and a smoke alarm. There is no running water or electricity. There is an outhouse.
Whether you are camping or staying in the cabins, you will need to bring all of your own provisions. Be prepared to treat the water from streams and rivers. You must bring your own food, water or water treatment system, sleeping bags, sleeping pads, matches, utensils, toilet paper, first aid kit, 2 AA batteries for the smoke detector, 1-pound propane bottles for the cook stove and lantern, mantles, and garbage bags. Prepare before you go. Take the time to study maps and learn about the area so you are prepared and can have the get-away you are seeking.
Always leave the area cleaner than you found it and carry out your trash. You may bring your dog to campsites and the cabins. Clean up after your dog for the sake of others who will come to the camping and cabin areas. You must also leave dry firewood inside the cabin for the next camper. You may not use firearms within one-quarter mile of the cabins or campground.
You must make reservations in advance. The fee is $25 per night. There is no street address but you will find your accommodations at this GPS setting (Latitude, Longitude): 65.4275, - 17.24336. 65.25.39N, 147,13,36"W.