TUCANNON GUARD STATION

Type: Camping – Pomeroy WA Phone: 509-843-1891 Email (If available):  Description:  Overview The historic Tucannon Guard Station is a charming saltbox-style cabin constructed in 1909. It was inhabited by the first ranger in the Tucannon area, William Kendell, and his family. By 1916, the guard house became headquarters for the district for two years, and then continued on as a standard guard station. Staying […]

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CLEARWATER BIG HOUSE

Type: Camping – POMEROY WA Phone: 509-843-4629 Email (If available):  Description:  Overview Clearwater Big House gives the feel of a winter chalet hideaway, even during the warmest months of the summer. Hiking, horseback riding and scenic drives abound, delighting guests year after year. The Clearwater Lookout Tower is a mile away. The tower is not open, but the area is nice for scenic views. […]

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WENATCHEE GUARD STATION

Type: Camping – POMEROY WA Phone: 509-843-4629 Email (If available):  Description:  Overview Wenatchee Guard Station, located about 40 miles southeast of Pomeroy, offers a panoramic view of Wenatchee Creek and access to a scenic drive along Wenatchee Creek Canyon. The year-round cabin attracts cross country skiers and snowmobilers in winter and horseback riders and hikers in summer. Dogs and horses are allowed at the […]

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GODMAN GUARD STATION

Type: Camping – POMEROY WA Phone: 509-843-1891 Email (If available):  Description:  Overview Godman Guard Station, built in the 1930s, sits just outside the impressive Wenaha-Tucannon Wilderness. The complex is adjacent to a historic Civilian Conservation Corps campground. Horseback riding and hiking trails into the wilderness are easily accessed from the cabin. Horses are allowed and may be tied near the cabin, and a barn […]

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CLEARWATER LOOKOUT CABIN

Type: Camping – POMEROY WA Phone: 509-843-4629 Email (If available):  Description:  Overview Clearwater Lookout Cabin is a single story, wood frame structure constructed in 1935. It is tucked at the base of the Clearwater Lookout tower, a 94-foot steel tower constructed by the Civil Conservation Corps in 1933. Through the years, the tower has been used as a landmark by the public and employees […]

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