I went to this cabin in August of 2011. It is on Tustumena Lake which is 20 miles long. This means you need a protected bay if you are going to leave your plane overnight and there is a safe place near this cabin. OK for drop off and overnight. The stream is 100 feet from the cabin and has created a little bay which will give you protection is any situation. The refuge area has a done a great job fixing up historic cabins and this is a great example. It looks a little rough on the outside but is very nice on the inside.
Link to Kenai Wildlife Refuge Area http://www.fws.gov/uploadedFiles/Region_7/NWRS/Zone_2/Kenai/PDF/cab_Pipe_Creek.pdf
Link to Recreation.gov to book cabin: http://www.recreation.gov/camping/Kenai_National_Wildlife_Refuge_Cabins/r/campsiteDetails.do?contractCode=NRSO&siteId=312548&parkId=72337
Protected tie up is to the right of this outlet.