Cold Springs Peak Cabin is a primitive log cabin that was originally constructed in 1931 to shelter firefighters and other work crews. It was last used for firefighters in 1953. In 1989, Forest Service employees shored up the cabin's foundation, re-shingled the roof and installed a stove. Today, the 12x14-ft. cabin qualifies for inclusion in the National Register of Historic Places. The cabin is only accessible via multi-use trails. Pot Mountain Trail 169 is a 4-mile trail leading to the cabin, but it's not recommended for off-road vehicles. Guests must be prepared to bring most of their own gear and supplies for a comfortable stay.
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Berry Picking, Birding, Broom & Dust Pan, Cot(s), Hiking, Horseback Riding, Horseback Riding Trails, Mountain Biking, Off-Road Vehicle Trails, Pit Toilets, Scenic Overlooks, Table & Chairs, Trailheads, Wildlife Viewing, Wood Stove, River Access, Fishing, Lake Access
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