Throughout Dixie, you’ll find a spattering of old, historic cabins…and you can camp in them. SCORE. Jones Corral Guard Station was built in 1935, and tons of Forest Service staff have called it home. Now, so can you! This particular cabin is on the edge of a gorgeous meadow, with Instagram-worthy views in all directions. And, it’s a pretty darn remote spot, so you’ll have this lush meadow and dense forest of aspens and spruce all to yourself (well, you’ll have to share it with your camping pals, obviously). There’s no electricity at the cabin, but who needs it? You’ll be too busy adventuring around in the wilderness. Just remember to bring a headlamp and you’ll be all set.
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