Alaska Huts Public Meeting
7:00 PM19:00

Alaska Huts Public Meeting

Come join us at the BP Energy Center on October 18th for our Annual Public Meeting! This is your chance to meet board members and staff, hear what Alaska Huts has been up to over the past year and ask questions about where we are heading in the future. 

It's been an exciting year, with lots going on down at Manitoba Cabin, progress being made on our future planning out at Glacier Discovery and exciting new partnerships. We look forward to sharing all of our news, and hearing from our members and hut users!

Light refreshments and coffee will be provided - if you have any questions please contact us at Hope to see you there!

View Event →
to Sep 24

Woodstock 2017

Alaska Huts invites you to join us for Wood Stock: an event for huts enthusiasts to help prep Manitoba Cabin for the winter season. And—if helping Alaska Huts prepare for the winter isn't enough to light your fire—we'll share a meal, drinks, a campfire and an evening of live music!

Bring friends and family to Manitoba Cabin to share the workload and excitement for Alaska Huts! We're looking forward to seeing you there! 

RSVP by emailing to save a bunk or tent spot and to ensure a hearty portion of chili! 

Order of Events:

11:00 am: Roll up your sleeves and push a wheelbarrow—let's stack some firewood!

5:30 pm: Take a breather.

6:00 pm: Grab a spork and dig in: time to potluck!

8:00 pm: Enjoy some evening tunes to wrap up a day of hard work! 


 Can I stay the night at Manitoba Cabin after Woodstock?

- Yes! If you plan to stay the night at Wood Stock you may either pitch your own tent or reserve a bunk. If you intend to stay the whole night please e-mail  Bunks are limited and will be assigned on a first-come first-serve basis. If you don't plan to stay the night, please still RSVP to get a bowl of chili (and let us know if you are vegetarian!).

How much are bunks?

- Bunks are FREE! We do ask that you commit at least 3 hours of volunteer time in exchange. 

Can I bring my dog? 

- Well-behaved dogs that get along well with people (and other dogs) are welcome to join, but if you are able to leave your dog at home that would be great. 

What tools should I bring? 

- We're always grateful for wheelbarrows and dollys. Dress to work outside!

What's for dinner? 

- We'll be having a potluck! Huts staff will provide the main course: chili, both with and without meat. We ask that you also bring a side dish, dessert, or drinks (or all 3!) to share. 

Where should I park my car? 

- Park at Mile 48 of the Seward Highway and follow the path to Manitoba. 



View Event →
to May 21

Spring Work Weekend at Manitoba

Join us for our spring work weekend as we stack wood, clean the grounds and facilities and show Manitoba Cabin some love after a long winter! 

Bring the family and friends for a good time volunteering and a night out at the grounds. If you'd like to reserve a bed or bring a tent e-mail us at

Bring a side dish to share for a community dinner on the 20th. Other snacks and meals will not be provided so be sure to bring your own!

Come ready to work, get dirty and have TONS of fun with fellow hut-enthusiasts! 

View Event →
6:30 PM18:30

A Flannel Affair


*Please note, that due to circumstances out of our control, A Flannel Affair has been moved to Friday, April 7th. The event will still be held at the Taproot in Spenard, starting at 6:30pm. 


Please join Alaska Huts and Taproot for our much anticipated annual fundraiser! Don your finest flannels and grab a friend for music, drinks, food, and music to move you from Black Water Railroad Company! 

All proceeds will support Alaska Huts in creating outdoor opportunities for families, nonprofits, and people of all backgrounds. 

We can't wait to see you there! 

April 7th at Taproot
Doors open at 6:30 pm
$20 cover

Tickets available for pre-purchase here

View Event →
to Oct 2

Wood Stock 2016

Alaska Huts invites you to join us for Wood Stock where Huts enthusiasts and civic minded outdoors-people come together to prep Manitoba Cabin for the winter season. And—if being a good steward of resources isn't enough to light your fire—we'll share meals, drinks and live music from Alaska's own, High Lonesome Sound

Bring friends and family to Manitoba Cabin to share the workload and excitement for Alaska Huts! We'll see you there!

View Event →
to Jul 16

24 Hours of Alaska Photography

In conjunction with Alaska Photo Treks, we're offering a special overnight photography workshop at the rustic Manitoba Cabin.  

Departing Anchorage at 6:00PM on Friday, we'll start with a photo tour down the Turnagain Arm in the Alaska Photo Treks Sunset Safari Van and chase good light throughout the evening. We'll allow for plenty of time to photograph landscapes, and possible wildlife at a number of scenic locations along the way and you'll be able to receive on-one-one instruction and guidance from your two professional photographer guides, Dan and Jody.

View Event →
to Jun 5

Babes in the Woods

Make 2016 the summer you and your new baby hit the trails of Alaska. Get ready for your summer adventures June 3-5 at the Manitoba Hut on the beautiful Kenai Peninsula. This posh camping spot, just a short walk from the parking lot is the perfect location to learn the essentials of camping with babies and toddlers. 

Join Jennifer Aist, founder and director of Providence Alaska Medical Center's parenting and childbirth education program, Parenting with Providence, author, and wilderness educator for a weekend that will leave you confident in your skills of cooking, tent pitching, sleeping, packing babes and even bear awareness. This class is specifically designed for parents with children under 5 years of age.

View Event →