Zachar Bay Lodge has been established as a wilderness lodge since 1989, and the Eaton's continue to improve the facility. The 'Cannery' was originally constucted in the early 1920's as a fish processing plant, and many crew quarters were constructed to accomodate the 100+ workers during the short summer season.
Many of the original cannery buildings still exist, but most of the surrounding buildings that make up our guest quarters have been newly constructed or renovated, The rooms and buildlings are clean and comfortable and retain the quaint cannery atmosphere. All are modernized with indoor plumbing, heat and electricity. We can accommodate up to 22 guests in 11 private guest rooms, each cozily furnished with two single beds, dresser, nightstand, mirror, closet, posters, rugs and heaters, private or shared bathrooms and hot showers. We provide pillows, sheets, blankets, towels and soap, and rooms are cleaned daily.
Guests are fed family-style in the spacious dining hall. Our chef, serves sumptuous (and lots of it!) buffet meals of fresh halibut, salmon and delicious homemade bread, pies and desserts.