Antlers Guard Station

  

Small cabin located in a open pine forest

This cozy, rustic cabin has two small rooms -  a combined bedroom and living room and a kitchen. The combined living room and bedroom is furnished with a double futon and two sets of bunk beds. The kitchen is furnished with a table and chairs, and equipped with a propane appliances (cook stove, refrigerator and oven), as well as utensils for cooking and eating. The cabin has a propane fireplace for heating and propane lights. A vault toilet and garage are located near the cabin. Water is available from an outside hand pump, and there is a fire ring and picnic table for outdoor dining. Cell phone coverage is limited in the area.

The cabin is popular during the winter months with cross-country skiers and snowmobilers as designated groomed snowmobile routes are in the vicinity. Other activities include hiking, mountain biking down forest roads, fishing, and riding OHVs.

The Guard Station, a historical site constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), is located adjacent to the scenic North Fork Burnt River and is only a couple of miles from the historic Whitney area.

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At a Glance

Reservations: This recreation rental is available for reservations from recreation.gov, under 'Park or Facility Name' type in 'Antlers Guard Station Cabin'. Fees and other information about the facility is found on this rec.gov website.
Area Amenities: Fee charged for some activities,Picnic tables,Toilets,Drinking water,Parking
Open Season: May - October
Usage: Heavy
Restrictions: General rules of use and restrictions apply for this developed recreation site.
  • No smoking inside of the cabin
  • Pets are welcome but must remain outside
  • Additional use RVs, tents and trailers must be within the capcity of the cabin and site useage. Guest camping at the site is not allowed.
Other restrictions are found at www.Recreation.gov
Closest Towns: Baker City, Oregon (38 miles), John Day, Oregon (46 miles)
Water: Seasonally available from hand well
Restroom: Outside vault toilet
Operated By: Concessionaire
Information Center: Whitman Ranger District

General Information

Directions:

From Baker City, OR, travel south on State Highway 7 to County Road 529 approximately 35 miles; Turn south at the old Whitney town site. Follow County 529 approximately 2 miles along the North Fork of the Burnt River.

From John Day, OR, travel east on State Highway 26 east to Austin Junction, and turn north on State Highway 7; On State Highway 7 go to County Road 529 approximately 15 miles. Turn south at the old Whitney town site. Follow County Road 529 approximately 2 miles along the North Fork of the Burnt River.

During the winter, County Road 529/535 is intermittently plowed. Snow can get deep in the driveway and high clearance vehicles, chains, or shovels are recommended.


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General Notes:
  • No smoking inside of cabin
  • Pets are welcome but must remain outside
  • There is additional room for limited tent camping
  • Large undesignated parking area
Amenities
  • Vault toilet installed in 2017
  • Hand pump for water
  • Propane fireplace
  • Propane lights
  • Propane refrigerator
  • Propane cook stove with oven

Annual Accomplishments with Recreation Rentals Fees

The 2005 Federal Lands Recreation Enhancement Act (FLREA) permits federal land management agencies to charge modest fees at campgrounds, trailheads, rental cabins and other high-impact recreation areas on federal lands. Similar to other national forests, the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest re-invests over 95% of these funds to maintain, operate and enhance the facility where they were collected.  These annual accomplishments make the facility safer and more enjoyable for our visitors.


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Amenities

Picnic tables In front of cabin
Drinking water Seasonally available hand- pump well
Toilets Outside non-acessible vault toilet
Parking RV and trailer parking
Fee charged for some activities Overnight fee required
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Location

 
  Latitude : 
44.63331324202196

  Longitude : 
-118.2793225913195

  Elevation : 
4120

 

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