Your own private Alaskan beach! Salmon Bay Lake Cabin sits just steps from the large, sandy beach. It’s warm enough for swimming in the summer months, with southern sun exposure, and beachcombing is also popular with visitors. This remote cabin sits on the northern end of Prince of Wales Island, beneath a thick canopy of spruce, cedar, and hemlock trees. If you’re up for a hike, check out the Salmon Bay Lake Trail. It’s 1.5 miles from the cabin to the saltwater flats of Salmon Bay, and there’s a skiff you can use to cross the water. Who’s in?
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