This cabin sets on a hill with a lot of views of the rolling hills with deep grass on them. There is a nice beach with small gravel so it is good for the plane in most conditions. The lake is a mile and half long with hills on both sides with a flat in and out. This could create some big winds and there is no place to hide the plane. There is a little lake behind the big lake connected with a passage but it is not big enough to get a plane through it. There is a meat shed, no boat but there was a quart of Crown Royal left in the cabin which we left for the next visitor. We have an unnamed relative from the Washington DC area, an East Coast lawyer type, who with no bear knowledge came to this cabin alone to spend quality time with the local bears. To our amazement he is still with us after several personal meetings with some brown bears. The bears have lots to eat here in the summer which saved him from being on the menu. I would rate this cabin as the third best for bear watching in the Kodiak area. A good place to send unwanted relatives.
Link to Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge. http://www.fws.gov/refuge/Kodiak/visit/visitor_activities/public_use_cabins.html