There are three cabins on Lynx Lake. In most cases cabin one is the best option for float planes. It is on a point and you can tie up on either side so you can get protection for the plane in almost any condition. Like all cabins in the area there is a low amount of fire wood. Cabin two and three are right next to each other so if you have a group they would be a better option. There is a dirt road next to cabin two and three. I looked for a trail from cabin one to the road but did not see one. If I was coming by car pick two or three. If you are coming by boat or plane pick cabin one.
Link to State Park Cabin information. http://dnr.alaska.gov/parks/cabins/index.htm