We offer comfortable backcountry lodging at our rustic log cabin outside of Kotzebue. Accessed via a 90-minute boat ride from Kotzebue, the cabin property is located on a peaceful, tree-lined creek and surrounded by the public lands of the Cape Krusenstern National Monument. Nicknamed “Cinnamon Girl” due to its warm-hued wood tones, the rental cabin includes a sleeping loft, wood stove, propane cooking stove, dining/sitting area and comfortable front porch (see photos in gallery). Cabin is furnished with dishes and cookware, bedding and linens, and other basic necessities; however, the site does not offer running water or 24-hour electricity. An outhouse toilet, cozy wood-fired sauna, and small generator are available. Your host will stay nearby in a separate cabin approximately 300 yards down the creek, to ensure your safety and comfort.
Cinnamon Girl cabin can comfortably accommodate up to four people for overnight stays. A three-day, two night stay is priced at $1,200 for up to four people including transportation over and back between Kotzebue and the cabin property. Longer stays available upon request. Food is not included in our cabin stay packages.
We also offer day trips to the Cinnamon Girl cabin. The rate for this is $125 per person with a minimum of two and a maximum of six people. Food is not included.
While at the cabin you are welcome to simply relax, explore the nearby tundra, or enjoy fishing, berry picking or campfire cooking. It’s also possible to combine cabin stays with one of our other recreational activities for a fuller itinerary (cost dependent upon specific options).