In a beautiful Eyak Lake setting, 2 miles east of town on Lake Ave, with a scoop of gravel beach and a woodstove, this one-room cabin can be booked through the Bidarki Recreation Center. There are no bunks, but a few tables and chairs, so bring your sleeping pad, food and water. There's an outhouse on-site and a fire pit with grill on the beach.
You'll have to scavenge your own wood. The escalating prices for further nights are to deter multiday use so more people can enjoy it.