Camp in a little piece of history nestled alongside the Suiattle River, among surrounding old-growth forests and mountain peaks. This log cabin is a one bedroom that contains one full-sized bed, a table, two benches, one futon (couch/bed), two chairs, a propane refrigerator, stove, hot water heater, and a wood stove (firewood available outside). Bathrooms? You betcha! A bathroom with a flush toilet is located at the back of the guard station, and there’s also an outhouse 20 feet from the building (for those who desire a little more privacy). The water source is a spring that runs into a small collection box, just make sure to boil or filter if you’re thirstin’ for a taste! There’s also room for two to four tents and/or RVs on the property. So that party of four could potentially triple! And trust us, you’ll want to bring your friends (pets are allowed too!) to see this place. History highlight: The Suiattle Guard Station was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1990, and is one of the two oldest buildings in the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest.
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