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IMNAHA GUARD STATION, OR
Status: Closed through Mon May 19 2014 Season Dates
OverviewThe Imnaha Guard Station is located in the southwest portion of Oregon's magnificent volcanic Cascade Range, at an elevation of 3,800 feet. The facility offers a quiet remote setting and access to a multitude of recreational opportunities--an ideal destination for guests seeking both relaxation and outdoor activities. The cabin offers most of the amenities needed for a comfortable stay, though guests will need to bring some of their own supplies, such as lanterns or flashlights. This cabin does not feature indoor lighting.
Imnaha Guard Station is surrounded by an old-growth forest composed of Douglas-fir, white fir, and incense cedar, as well as some ponderosa pine, sugar pine, and western white pine. A notably large, 300-year-old Douglas-fir, known as "The Big Tree," towers above the canopy near the Imnaha cabin.
Hiking and wildlife viewing are popular among guests visiting this cabin.
The Imnaha Guard House has a living room, bedroom, bathroom and kitchen, and is designed to accommodate up to six occupants. The bedroom is furnished with a full-size bed, a small closet and two dressers. The kitchen is equipped with a table and chairs, as well as a sink and small countertop for meal preparation. The bathroom has running water, a shower and flush toilet.
Visit Crater Lake National Park and learn about its unique natural and cultural history. Reaching depths of 1,943 feet, Crater Lake is the deepest lake in the United States and one of the 10 deepest lakes in the world.
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Know Before You Go
Getting There:GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude):
Drive East from Butte Falls on the Butte Falls-Fish Lake Highway (County Road 821). Less than a mile from town, turn left onto the Butte Falls-Prospect Highway (County Road 992) and travel north on County Road 992. Go 9 miles on County Road 992 to Forest Service Road 34. Turn right, go 8 miles on Forest Service Road 34 until its junction with Forest Service Road 37. Travel North/Northeast on Forest Service Road 37 for 4.5 miles. Take Imnaha Campground turn-off and continue through campground to find the cabin.
Mailing Address:IMNAHA GUARD STATION
PO BOX 227
BUTTE FALLS OR 97522
Phone Number:Information: (541)865-2700