Whether it is winter, spring, summer, or fall, you can experience all of the seasons in a historic Forest Service cabin or fire lookout. Once operated as fully staffed lookouts or remote ranger stations, many of these rentals provide an opportunity to live the life of a ranger or fire lookout.
These recreation rentals are offered to the public under the Federal Lands Recreation Enhancement Act. Rental fees are retained locally to help maintain and preserve these historic properties.
These are some random pictures of American River Guard Station and a view from one of the many fire lookouts available for rent.
Cabin rental fees avarage between $50 and $60 per night you can get all the information and locations at http://www.fs.fed.us/r6/recreation/rentals/ have a great time and drop FLY LIFE a report on your trip.
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