A cozy cabin in the forest with pine paneling and a lava rock fireplace. It is located adjacent to a small campground built in the 1930s during the Civilian Conservation Corps era. AROUND YOU Imnaha Guard Station is located in the southwest portion of Oregon’s magnificent volcanic Cascade Range situated in the depths of old growth forest. Attractions such as Imnaha Springs and the “Big Fir Tree” are in the immediate vicinity for you to enjoy.
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Trail Statistics & Information
|Campsites||Six people maximum.|
|Season||Year-round. Wheeled-vehicle access usually is possible only from the late spring through the early fall, so it offers a true winter recreation adventure to reach the cabin during snow season.|
|Camp Elevation||3,800 ft|
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