Shuyak Island State Park
Shuyak Island State Park is a remote island located within the Kodiak Arhcipelago. The island is located 54 miles north of Kodiak Island and is accessible by air charter service or water taxi service from Kodiak. The islands numerous waterways are home to a variety of seabirds. The forested areas are home to Kodiak brown bear and Sitka black-tailed deer. The surrounding sea is home to Alaska wildlife such as otters, Dall porpoise, sea lions, harbor seals and whales.
The state park operates four public use cabins available for rent. The cabins hold a maximum of 8 guests. No services are available on Shuyak Island so all supplies must be brought with you. Cabins include wooden bunks, a propane stove, a wood burning stove for heat, basic cooking utensils, and a gravity fed water system.
For cabin reservations and more information on Shuyak Island State Park, please visit the Alaska State Park website for Shuyak Island State Park.
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