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Trails for hiking are an easy drive east from the cabin toward Polk Inlet. Pass Lake Trail is a boardwalk trail through a muskeg, and is particularly stunning with wildflowers in spring and summer. Dog Salmon Fish Pass is another trail located approximately 10 miles from the cabin, and is noted as a popular bear viewing site in August. A system of roads for off-road enthusiasts can be found about 4 miles south of the cabin.
Hunters can take advantage of the long hunting seasons in the surrounding national forest. Bear season occurs during spring and fall, while deer season begins in late summer and lasts through late fall.
Twelvemile Inlet also has a rich logging history. Remnants of an abandoned camp, log landings and log transfer facilities can be found on the nearby shoreline, but are not visible from the cabin.