Explore the Oregon mountains in style with a mountain cabin rental as your home base, right in the middle of it all. This page features 30 mountain cabin rentals in scenic Oregon.
Perfect for hiking or fishing for steelhead and rainbow trout, the Oregon recreation areas these mountain cabins belong to have much to offer the outdoor enthusiast.
Be sure to click through on each mountain cabin rental below to read the full description before you reserve your spot. Access & amenities vary widely.
Directions Total mileage from Lowell to Timber Butte Cabin is 19 miles. From Interstate 5 (I-5), take Highway 58 East (Exit 188) and travel for 13 miles toward Oakridge. Turn left off of Highway 58 at the Lowell covered bridge and proceed toward the town of Lowell. At the 4-way junction in Lowell, turn left onto Boundary Road. Take the next right (Moss Street) for 2 miles to the crossroads of Unity, where you’ll see another covered bridge. Turn right (east) onto Big Fall Creek Road (18) and proceed to MP 13 and turn right onto Forest Service Road 1821, continue up approx. 4 miles. Turn right onto FSR 1821-168 and proceed 1 mile. Turn right onto FSR 1816-175 and after 100 yards turn left onto FSR 1816-131 (gated entrance road to the cabin). Cabin parking is located about 1 mile up FSR 1816131, adjacent to the outhouse. A high-clearance
Directions From the town of Prairie City, OR., turn South (right) onto South Main Street. Follow South Main Street to the junction with Bridge Street, turn left onto Bridge Street. Follow Bridge Street past the local cemetery, the road then changes to County Road 62. Continue on County Road 62 approximately 7 miles to the junction with Forest Road 13. Turn left and follow Forest Road 13 East approximately 16.5 miles, the guard station will be on the right at the junction of Forest Road 13 and Forest Road 16. Phone 541-820-3800 Activities CAMPING, FISHING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, MOUNTAIN BIKING, BIRDING, SNOWMOBILING Keywords None Related Link(s) Rec Area Info & Images Oregon State Tourism Oregon State Road Conditions Overview Short Creek Guard Station is a great place to stay to enjoy the nearby Monument Rock and Strawberry Mountain wilderness areas, as well as the North Fork of
Directions From Prairie City, OR., travel east on US Highway 26 approximately 13 miles to the junction of US Highway 7. Turn left on US Highway 7, travel one mile to the junction with County Road 20/ Middle Fork Road. Turn left and follow County Road 20 approximately 13 miles, the guard station will be on the right. Phone 541-820-3800 Activities BIKING, CAMPING, FISHING, HIKING, HUNTING Keywords None Related Link(s) Rec Area Info & Images Oregon State Tourism Oregon State Road Conditions Overview Sunshine Guard Station is situated along John Day River in the Malheur National Forest at an elevation of 3,700 feet, about 43 miles northeast of John Day, Oregon. The former guard station was built in 1936 and until the 1990s was used alternatively as a bunkhouse or a work station for fireguards. The guard station can be accessed by vehicle. Guests are responsible for their own travel
Directions From Estacada, drive south on Highway 224 for 45 miles. The road becomes Forest Service Road 46. From Road 46, turn east onto Forest Service Road 4690 and drive 6 miles on pavement, then about 3 miles on gravel, to a junction with Forest Road 4220. Turn south and continue 4 miles to Olallie Lake Resort. The road continues south from the resort for 13 miles. The roads are closed in the winter. Phone 503-630-6861 Activities BOATING, CAMPING, FISHING, WILDLIFE VIEWING Keywords Olallie Lake Cabin,Olallie Forest Service Cabin Related Link(s) Rec Area Info & Images Oregon State Road Conditions Oregon State Tourism Overview Olallie Lake Guard Station Cabin gives campers an old-fashioned cabin experience with its well-preserved features, including a massive rock chimney, interior wood and hand-wrought iron work. It provides access to a number of outdoor recreation opportunities as well as its namesake lake. The cabin is at
Directions From Hood River, Oregon, travel south on Highway 35 for 8.5 miles, past the Hood River Ranger Station. Look for the Cooper Spur Inn sign and turn right off Highway 35, just north of Olallie Trailhead, onto Forest Road 3510 and drive to Copper Spur Inn. Turn left at the Cloud Cap/Tilly Jane Road 3512. The first trailhead is just past the intersection with Forest Service Road 620, with parking on the right and the trail on the left side of the road. The second option is to follow the Cloud Cap Road (FS Road 3512). This is the 9 mile gently sloping road. The safest way to ski down is the Cloud Cap Road (FS Road 3512). This can be a long (9 mile), extremely difficult slog if there is soft snow. The Old Wagon Road shortens this distance by about 4 to 5 miles, but involves steep
Directions From Burns, travel North on Highway 395 approximately 55 miles to County Road 63. Turn left on County Road 63 to the junction of Forest Service Road 21. Take a right onto Forest Service Road 21 and travel approximately 16 miles to the guard station. From John Day, OR., travel approximately 18 miles west on US Highway 26 to the junction with Forest Road 21. Turn south (left) on Forest Road 21, travel 12 miles to the guard station. Phone 541-820-3800 Activities HISTORIC & CULTURAL SITE, CAMPING, FISHING, HIKING, HUNTING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, BIRDING Keywords MCWC,MALHEUR NF – FS Related Link(s) Rec Area Info & Images Oregon State Road Conditions Oregon State Tourism Overview Murderer’s Creek Guard Station is in the heart of the Malheur National Forest, in central Oregon. It makes an excellent base camp for back country recreating, and is a cozy retreat for a couple and a
Directions From John Day, travel approximately 15.5 miles south on Highway 395. Turn right onto Forest Service Road 4920. Follow Forest Service Road 4920 approximately 5 miles. Turn right on Forest Service Road 607 and continue approximately 1 mile to the lookout. Phone 541-820-3800 Activities CAMPING, HIKING, HUNTING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, BIRDING Keywords FMLC,MALHEUR NF – FS Related Link(s) Rec Area Info & Images Oregon State Tourism Oregon State Road Conditions Overview Fall Mountain Lookout Tower is situated about 20 miles from John Day, in central Oregon. It provides 360-degree views of the surrounding Strawberry Mountain Wildness, as well as the towns of Seneca and Mt. Vernon. The lookout offers access to a variety of recreational activities. In addition to sightseeing, visitors to the area enjoy hunting, hiking and viewing wildlife. The lookout can accommodate just two people and provides few amenities. It can be accessed by vehicle. Guests are responsible
Directions From Lexington, OR, take Highway 74/207 east to Heppner. Continue south, on Highway 207. At the junction in Heppner, bear right to continue south on Highway 207 for 39 miles through Heppner, Ruggs, Hardman and past Anson Wright County Park to the junction of Highway 207 and Forest Road 24 (0.1 miles past the Bull Prairie Campground turn-off). Turn left (east) on FR 24 (a gravel road) and travel 6.5 miles to FR 2407. Turn right (south) on FR 2407 and travel 1.5 miles to FR 040. Travel a half-mile on FR 40 to the cabin, which is on the right before the helipad. A high-clearance vehicle is recommended for access as the last mile to the cabin is very steep and rocky. Phone 541-676-9187 Activities FISHING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, OFF ROAD VEHICLE TRAILS Keywords TAMA,TAMARACK CABIN,TAMARACK,TAMARACK LOOKOUT,UMATILLA NF – FS Related Link(s) Rec Area Info
Directions From Interstate 5 in Oregon take the Cottage Grove exit 174. Take Row River Road 2400 east for 19 miles to Brice Creek Road #2470. Keep right and continue on Brice Creek Road for 12 miles to Noonday Road 2212. Turn right and travel for 8.8 miles to Champion Saddle. Keep to your left, traveling on Sharps Creek Road 2460, for 0.4-mile to Road 2460-480 on the right. There is a gate at this junction and Musick Guard Station is 100 yards up this road. Parking is limited and visitors are discouraged from parking on Road 2460. There are several alternative access routes to the Guard Station. Please contact the Cottage Grove Ranger District during regular office hours for this information as well as current road conditions. Phone 541-767-5000 Activities BIKING, HISTORIC & CULTURAL SITE, CAMPING, WILDLIFE VIEWING Keywords MUSI,Fairview Peak Lookout Tower,UMPQUA NF – FS Related Link(s) Rec
Directions From Lexington, OR, take Highway 74/207 east to Heppner. At the junction just outside the southern edge of Heppner, take a left (east) on paved Willow Creek Road. Travel 23 miles past Willow Creek Lake, Cutsforth County Park and up Coalmine Hill. At the top of the hill, take a right (west) on Forest Service Road 21 (a gravel road) and travel 3.5 miles. The cabin is located on a hill on the north side of the road and is accessed by two short entrance roads (Forest Service Road 050 and 051). Phone 541-676-9187 Activities CAMPING, FISHING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, BERRY PICKING, MUSHROOM PICKING Keywords DCG2,Ditch Creek Cabin,Ditch Creek Guard Station,Ditch Creek,UMATILLA NF – FS Related Link(s) Rec Area Info & Images Oregon State Tourism Oregon State Road Conditions Overview Ditch Creek Guard Station, located about 27 miles southeast of Heppner, Oregon, is a comfortable little
Directions From Butte Falls, take the Butte Falls-Fish Lake Highway (County Road 821) approximately 17 miles southeast to Forest Service Road 3738. Turn west on Forest Service Road 3738 and drive 1.3 miles to the intersection of Forest Service Road 3735. Continue west across the intersection, off the main road, and on to a little dirt road. At the next junction, turn left and the cabin will soon be in sight. Wheeled-vehicle access is usually possible only from late spring through fall. Vehicle access in winter is subject to weather conditions. Winter parking along Highway 140 is permissible in designated areas with an Oregon State Sno-Park permit. Winter access on skis or snowmobiles can range from 2 to 6 miles, and the difficulty level will be moderate to difficult depending on snow conditions. Phone 541-560-3400 Activities BIKING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, WINTER SPORTS, WILDLIFE VIEWING Keywords WLPR,SISKIYOU,ROGUE RIVER,ROGUE RIVER NATIONAL
Directions From Portland take 1-5S to US 199 South to Brookings. From Brookings, Oregon, take U.S. Highway 101 and turn onto County Road 784 (North Bank Chetco River Road). This becomes Forest Road 1376. Follow this Forest Road 1376 to the junction with Forest Road 1917. Follow Forest Road 1917 for 5 miles to Forest Road 1917-110, the entrance to Packers Cabin. Travel time from Brookings is about an hour and a half, and easily accessible by highway and Forest Roads. Travel time from Brookings is about an 1.5 hours, and easily accessible by highway and Forest Service roads. Phone 541-247-3600 Activities CAMPING, FISHING, HIKING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, SWIMMING SITE Keywords PACA,SISKIYOU,ROGUE RIVER,ROGUE RIVER NATIONAL FOREST,SISKIYOU NATIONAL FOREST,ROGUE RIVER-SISKIYOU NATIONAL,ROGUE RIVER SISKIYOU NATIONAL,ROGUE RIVER-SISKIYOU,ROGUE RIVER SISKIYOU,ROGUE RIVER – SISKIYOU NF – FS Related Link(s) Rec Area Info & Images Oregon State Road Conditions Oregon State Tourism Overview Packers Cabin was originally
Directions From Blue River, OR, travel approximately 4 miles east on Highway 126 to Aufderheide Drive/Forest Service (FSR) 19. Turn right and proceed south for approximately 17 miles on Auderheide Drive past Cougar Reservoir to Box Canyon Guard Station. From I-5 in Eugene, OR, take exit 158 for Highway 58 toward Klamath Falls/Oakridge. Travel 31.4 miles on Highway 58, then turn left at the Westfir-Oakridge road. After 1/2 mile turn left on North Fork Road. Stay right to continue on Aufderheide Drive/FSR 19. Box Canyon Guard Station is approximately 32.5 miles from Highway 58. Phone 541-822-3381 Activities CAMPING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, MOUNTAIN BIKING, BIRDING Keywords BOXC,WILLAMETTE NF -FS Related Link(s) Rec Area Info & Images Oregon State Tourism Oregon State Road Conditions Overview Box Canyon Guard Station sits beneath a canopy of Douglas fir at an altitude of 3,620 feet on the West Cascades National Scenic Byway. It
Directions From Canyonville take West 1st Street and turn onto SE 3rd St/OR-227. Continue to follow OR-227 approximately 23 miles until you reach Tiller Oregon and take a left onto Douglas County Road 46 just before the bridge crossing the South Umpqua River. From Tiller, take Douglas County Road 46 for 5 miles to the Jackson Creek/Forest Service Road 29 turn off. Turn right onto FS Road 29 and drive for 9.7 miles to the FS Road 2925 turn off. Take a right onto FS road 2925 where you will cross a bridge over Jackson Creek and follow FS Road 2925 for 6.4 miles to the FS Road 3114-600 spur turn off (note: do not take the left turn onto FS road 2925-600, which is about 1 mile before the 3114-600 turn off). Take a right onto FS Road 3114-600 and follow it for 1.4 miles where you will see
Directions From Lakeview, drive 6 miles north on Highway 395 and turn right (east) on Highway 140. Drive for 8 miles on Highway 140 and turn left on Forest Road 3615. Drive 7.5 miles on Forest Road 3615 to arrive at the cabin. The entire route to the cabin is paved and easily accessible. Guests should contact the Lakeview Ranger District Office prior to reserving the cabin for dates before July 1st to ensure that the road is open and clear of snow. Phone 541-947-6300 Activities BIKING, CAMPING, FISHING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, CROSS COUNTRY SKIING, SNOWMOBILE TRAILS, BIRD WATCHING Keywords ASPB,FREMONT WINEMA NF – FS Related Link(s) Rec Area Info & Images Oregon State Tourism Oregon State Road Conditions Overview Historic Aspen Cabin is nestled in a forest of fir, pine, and aspen, and provides an ideal setting for guests seeking relaxation and recreation in the Fremont-Winema National Forest. It
Directions From Paisley Ranger District, drive 12 miles north on Highway 31 and turn left on Forest Road 29, also referred to as Government Harvey Pass. Drive 10 miles on Forest Road 29. Drive carefully on this road as it has narrow curves and washboard conditions. At the junction with Forest Road 2901, turn left and stay on Forest Road 29 for 2 more miles. At paved "T" junction with Forest Road 28, stay to the right and drive 3.5 miles to junction with Forest Road 30. Stay left on Forest Road 30 at "Y" intersection. One mile southwest on Forest Road 30 is a sign for Currier Guard Station; turn right. Phone 541-943-3114 Activities BIKING, HISTORIC & CULTURAL SITE, CAMPING, FISHING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, WILDLIFE VIEWING Keywords CURG,FREMONT WINEMA NF – FS Related Link(s) Rec Area Info & Images Oregon State Tourism Oregon State Road Conditions Overview Historic
Directions North of Baker City, take U.S. Hwy 30 (Elkhorn Drive Scenic Byway) to Haines. At Haines, turn west on County Rd 1146, staying with the Scenic Byway to Anthony Lakes. Continue on the Scenic Byway (now Forest Service Road 73) past the Elkhorn Summit for approximately 8 miles. Turn left (east) on FSR 380 and travel approximately 3 miles to the end of the road to Peavy Cabin. South of Baker City, take State Hwy 7 to the Sumpter Junction. Turn right and follow the Elkhorn Drive Scenic Byway through Sumpter and on to Granite. From Granite, proceed north for approximately 7 miles on FSR 73 (Scenic Byway) to North Fork John Day Campground. Turn east. Continue approximately 5 miles on the Scenic Byway, turn right on FSR 380 and go 3 miles to Peavy Cabin. CAUTION: FSR 380 is a native surface road and is not intended or
Directions From Unity, Oregon: go northwest 2 miles toward John Day on Highway 26. Turn right (north) on State Road 245 and go past Unity Reservoir. Approximately 2 miles past the reservoir, turn left (north) on County Road 535 (which becomes County Road 529) and go 18 miles to the Antlers Guard Station on your right. Driving time from Unity is approximately 45 minutes. From Baker City: take State Highway 7 south approximately 38 miles to County Road 529. Turn south at the old Whitney town site. Follow County 529 (approximately 2 miles) along the North Fork of the Burnt River to the Cabin on your left. Driving time from Baker City is one hour. From John Day: take State Highway 26 east to Austin Jct., turn north on State Highway 7 to County Road 529. Drive approximately 15.5 miles, and then turn south at the old Whitney town site.
Directions From Sandy, Oregon, travel east on Highway 26 for approximately 40 miles to Skyline Road (Road 42). Turn right on Skyline Road and travel south for 8.3 miles to the intersection of Forest Service Roads 42 and 57. Continue on Forest Service Road 42 for a quarter-mile. The Clackamas Lake Historic Ranger’s Cabin is on the left. Maps are available online or for purchase by calling the Zigzag Ranger District. Phone 503-630-5721 Activities BIKING, BOATING, HISTORIC & CULTURAL SITE, CAMPING, FISHING, HIKING, VISITOR CENTER, WILDLIFE VIEWING, SWIMMING SITE Keywords CLCA,Clackamas Lake Guard Station,Clackamas Lake Ranger Station,Clackamas Lake Cabin,Clackamas Lake Historic,Clackamas Lake Ranger’s Cabin,Clackamas Lake Guard Cabin,MT. HOOD NF – FS Related Link(s) Rec Area Info & Images Oregon State Road Conditions Forest Service Concessionaire Oregon State Tourism Overview Clackamas Lake Historic Cabin gives campers an old-fashioned cabin experience with its well-preserved features, including a massive rock chimney, knot-free interior
Directions Access begins at the junction of Highway 26 and Forest Service Road 42, 12 miles south of Government Camp, Oregon, at the Skyline Sno-Park. Guests must park and the Sno-Park and ski, snowshoe or snowmobile to the facility. From the parking area, proceed on Forest Service Road 42 to the 240 spur road and continue to the lookout, approximately 3.2 miles with an elevation climb of 900 feet. It is a good path for moderate skiers and will take three-and-a-half to four hours to complete. Maps are available online or for purchase by calling the Barlow Ranger District. Guests will need to purchase a Sno-Park permit to park at Skyline Sno-Park. Permits can be purchased at several locations in the Portland area, or at CJ’s on Highway 26, west of the intersection of Highway 26 and Forest Service Road 42. Phone 541-467-2291 Activities CAMPING, FISHING, HIKING, HUNTING, WILDLIFE VIEWING,
Directions From Baker City: take Highway 30 to Haines, turn west on County Road 1146, and follow the Elkhorn Drive Scenic Byway signs to Anthony Lakes. Turn left at the campground entrance. Anthony Lakes Guard Station is located adjacent to the campground. Phone 541-894-2332 Activities BIKING, BOATING, CAMPING, FISHING, HIKING, HUNTING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, WILDERNESS, DAY USE AREA, SWIMMING, MOUNTAIN BIKING, CANOEING, BIRDING, WATER ACCESS, SCENIC DRIVE Keywords ANTH,ANTHONY LAKES CABIN,ANTHONY CABIN,WALLOWA-WHITMAN NF – FS Related Link(s) Rec Area Info & Images Anthony Lakes Mountain Resort Oregon State Road Conditions Oregon State Tourism Overview Anthony Lake forms the source of Anthony Creek, named for William ‘Doc’ Anthony, an ambitious homesteader who came to Baker County in 1864. He was a farmer and a doctor, collected tolls on the Dealy Wagon Road for a time, and ran his ranch until he died in 1914 at age 85. Anthony Lake Guard Station is
Directions From Pendleton, Oregon: Travel south on Highway 395 for 50 miles to the Ukiah exit. Turn left on Highway 244 to Ukiah. Turn right (south) just before the city park; this road becomes Forest Service Road (FSR) 52 at the Forest boundary. Travel 50 miles to the small town of Granite. From Granite go west on County Road 24 for approximately 6 miles. The main road veers left along the creek bed. At this junction turn right (uphill) on FSR 10 and follow the signs to the Fremont Powerhouse, towards Fremont Congo Gulch Cabin. Do not use between October and June without confirming this route is open with the Ranger District. From Baker City, Oregon: Travel west on Highway 7 and continue 20 miles to the junction with FSR 73. Proceed north through Sumpter and another 17 miles to the small town of Granite. From Granite go west on
Directions From La Grande, Oregon: travel east on Highway 203 to Union. From Union, follow Highway 203 to Medical Springs. Go straight through Medical Springs and take County Road 71 until it turns into Forest Service Road (FSR) 67. Follow until you reach the FSR 77 junction. Take FSR 77 and turn left on the FSR 7755 junction. Go straight on FSR 7755 approximately 2 miles past the Two Color Campground to the cabin, which is on the right. Phone 541-963-7186 Activities CAMPING, FISHING, WILDLIFE VIEWING Keywords TCGS,Two Color Cabin,Two Color Guard Station,Two Color Forest Cabin,Eagle Creek Cabin,Two Color,WALLOWA-WHITMAN NF – FS Related Link(s) Rec Area Info & Images Oregon State Tourism Oregon State Road Conditions Overview The Civilian Conservation Corps originally constructed the Two Color Guard Station in the 1930s for use as crew quarters and bunkhouse. The original building was removed in 1976. The current guard station was
Directions From Weston, Oregon: Travel 28 miles east of Weston on Highway 204. Turn right (south) onto Forest Service Road 31. Go 9.4 miles to Ruckel Junction. Stay on Forest Service Road 31 and go 17 miles until you reach the junction with Forest Service Road 3113. Turn right onto Forest Service Road 3113 and travel about 0.8 miles to the access road to Summit Guard Station. Turn left onto the access road and follow the road to the right. From Pendleton, Oregon: Travel Interstate 84 east for 34 miles to Exit 243 (Mt. Emily Exit). Take the exit and at the stop sign turn left. Cross the freeway on the overpass and proceed past the ramps to the end of the pavement. Forest Service Road 31 starts here. Travel Forest Service Road 31 for about 12.2 miles to the junction with Forest Service Road 3113. Turn left onto Forest
Directions From Weston, Oregon: Travel 20 miles east of Weston on Highway 204. Turn left (north) onto Forest Service Road 64 and follow it for approximately 11 miles to the junction with Forest Service Road 63. Turn right onto Forest Service Road 63 and travel about 8.8 miles to the junction with Forest Service Road 62. Turn left onto Forest Service Road 62 and travel for 3.9 miles to Forest Service Road 6235. Turn right onto Forest Service Road 6235 and travel for about 1.1 miles to the Fry Meadows Guard Station, which will be on the right. From Elgin, OR, drive on the Elgin-Palmer Junction County Road for about 15 miles to the junction with the Lookingglass Road/FSR 63. Go down Lookingglass Road for about 2 miles to the end of the pavement; FSR 63 starts here. Continue on FSR 63 for about 4.7 miles to the junction with
Directions Drive east from Butte Falls on the Butte Falls-Fish Lake Highway (County Road #821) for approximately 19 miles to the junction with State Highway #140. Turn right, go .08 miles on Highway #140 to the junction with Forest Service Road #37. Turn left, and travel approximately 4 miles to the junction with the guard station driveway. The station is visible on the left from this location. Turn left, travel through the gate to the guard station. From White City, OR, for an alternative route to Big Elk Guard Station that bypasses the town of Butte Falls, take State Highway 140 traveling east to the Junction with Forest Road 37, or take State Highway 140 traveling west from Klamath Falls, OR to the Junction with Forest Road 37. Turning onto Forest Road 37 traveling south, follow directions as above to the guard station. Phone 541-865-2700 Activities CAMPING, HIKING Keywords None
Directions From Butte Falls, OR, drive east on the Butte Falls – Fish Lake Highway (County Road 821). Less than a mile from town, turn left onto the Butte Fall – Prospect Highway (County Road 992) and travel north on County Road 992. Go 9 miles on County Road 992 to Forest Road 34. Turn right, go 5 miles on Forest Road 34 until its junction with Forest Road 3400-600. Unlock the gate and travel north / northeast on Forest Road 3400-600 for 1 mile. Turn left through gate and proceed 200 yards to the guard station. For an alternative route to Lodgepole that bypasses the town of Butte Falls, take State Highway 62 to the town of Prospect, OR. At the Prospect Hotel turn east onto the Butte Falls – Prospect Highway (County Road 992), travel approximately 14 miles and take the left turn on Forest Road 34. Travel
Directions Entry to the cabin is by combination lock box. Please call the Forest Service office at 541-383-5300 if you are having difficulty with the combination provided. You can also stop by the office, located at 63095 Deschutes Market Rd. Bend, OR 97701. From Bend, Oregon, take Highway 97 south. Exit at Sunriver and drive west. Go through the roundabout to Century Drive and turn left. Follow Century Drive south for 3 miles to the junction with South Century Drive (State Route 42). Turn right and head 11 miles west. Fall River Guard Station is on the left side of the road. Phone 541-383-5300 Activities HISTORIC & CULTURAL SITE, CAMPING, FISHING, WILDLIFE VIEWING Keywords Fall River,Wickiup,Cascade Range,Pringle Falls,Crane Prairie,Cascade Lakes Highway,Central Oregon,Deschutes River,,Fall River Guard Station,FALL RIVER GUARD STATION (OR) Related Link(s) Rec Area Info & Images Oregon State Road Conditions Oregon State Tourism Overview Fall River Guard Station is
Directions Summer Travel: From the Paisley Ranger District Office in Paisley, Oregon: Travel north on State Route 31 for 34.2 miles, between mile posts 64 and 65, turn left (west) onto the graveled Forest Service Road (FSR) 2901. Follow FSR 2901 for 16.1 miles. Turn left (east) on FSR 034 and continue for 2.3 miles to the Fremont National Recreation Trailhead. From the trailhead, continue .3 miles on the narrow access road to Fremont Cabin. If you are traveling with a large RV or pulling a trailer, the road should be scouted prior to driving to the cabin, as there is limited parking and turning space available. From Silver Lake, travel south on County road 4-12 to the Forest Boundary where the road turns into Forest Service Road 28. Follow this road for approximately 16 miles to road 2916 and follow plowed roads 2916 and 3012-014 for 2.2 miles up
Directions From Crescent, OR: Travel 12.2 miles west on County Road 61/Crescent Cut-off Road, then 3.5 miles north on Highway 58, then 2.2 miles west on Forest Road 60/OR-429 S. Once you have reached the Sno-Park, stay straight and follow signs to the Resort on Forest Road 6005 (1,000ft). Still heading towards the Resort, turn right on Forest Road 6005-100 and then left on Forest Road 6005-105. The Guard Station will be on the right side of the road towards the lake. (See vicinity map located under the "Facility Map" tab). Phone (541) 433-3200 8:00 A.M. TO 4:30 P.M. PST MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY- FEDERAL OFFICES ARE CLOSSED WEEKENDS AND HOLIDAYS. PLAN ACCORDINGLY. Activities CAMPING Keywords Related Link(s) Rec Area Info & Images Oregon State Tourism Oregon State Road Conditions Piedras Blancas Light Station Association Overview The Crescent Lake Guard Station, built in the early 1930s, is a one bedroom, one
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