Douglas Creek Cabin
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- General info
The primitive, one-room cabin has bunk beds that sleep up to four people. It has a table and chairs, minimal cooking utensils, and a wood stove for heat. Firewood is provided but cannot be guaranteed. There is no electricity, plumbing, or water available at the cabin. An outhouse with a vault toilet is located just steps behind the cabin. There is ample parking and room to turn a trailer in front of the cabin. Guests will need to bring water for cooking, cleaning, and drinking. Guests will also need bedding, towels, soap, dishes, cooking equipment, toilet paper, garbage bags, and an axe or chainsaw. A broom and dustpan are provided and guests are required to carry out all trash. Guests are also required to clean the facility prior to departure. Cell phone service is sometimes available at the cabin and with a slight elevation change.
Located in the north end of the Flint Range, this Forest Service administrative cabin was used by crews working at the north end of the district. No water, Vault toilet.
There is no electricity at the cabin.
There is no water at the cabin and guests must bring their own. Any water taken from streams or springs must be treated prior to
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