Doe Lake Dining Hall

Doe Lake Dining HallThis 1936 Civilian Conservation Corps structure was constructed specifically for use by African American CCC enrollees. Large & well-maintained with gorgeous wood floors, it characterizes the craftsman style of architecture typical of the CCC.

Now a part of Doe Lake Group Camp, the dining hall - which includes a large kitchen - is available to groups who rent the camp.
 

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