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This 430 square foot cabin was built in 1931 by the Civilian Conservation Corps and has been used as a remote guard station and, more recently, as temporary housing for Forest Service Employees.

The cabin, recently renovated, has a full kitchen and bathroom facilities, is heated by propane, and has water available year-round. Behind the cabin is a small deck, lawn and a picnic table. Lake Creek floes behind the station. Cinder Beach, on Suttle Lake, is a short walk from the front door.

Directions: From Sisters: Travel 11 miles west on Highway 20. Turn left to Suttle Lake Resort (next left past the main Suttle Lake Road), just after crossing Lake Creek on the highway. Go down the road, turn left before the resort gate. The Cabin is at the end of the driveway.

Seasonal Access: Normal Services Available: Year-round (Seasonal access to this lookout is possible with any reasonable family vehicle; in winter and early spring the area is usually snowcovered, but the road to the cabin will be plowed regularly for access.)

Facility Type: Hotel/Lodge/Resort, F.S. Owned

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