- The Tlingit Chilkat, Southern and Northern Tutchone and Copper River peoples have gathered here to trade for thousands of years.
- The Southern Tutchone name Chetthel Chi means “stone axe handle lake” referring to the copper trade item found nearby.
- Good place to see migrating birds in the fall. Look for moose, beaver, muskrat and otter.
- You can get to The Pickhandle Lakes Habitat Protection Area by boat on the Koidern River.
Bear proof garbage bins
At least one wheelchair accessible outhouse
Viewing structures or signage about local cultural and natural history