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Slaven's Roadhouse

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Slaven's Cabin, also called Slaven's Roadhouse and Frank Slaven Roadhouse, is a public-use facility in the Yukon-Charley Rivers National Preserve in Alaska. Miner Frank Slaven began excavations at nearby Coal Creek in 1905 and built the roadhouse in 1932 with several friends. From 1990 through 1996, the National Park Service restored Slaven's Roadhouse to its original 1938-42 condition.

Slaven's Roadhouse continues to serve the public as a landmark along the Yukon River. It is open to public access and frequently has people spending the night while traveling up and down the river.


Here are some additional photos of the Slaven's Cabin Dog drop. (All photos are used courtesy of and with permission from Harry Kern.)