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About Yellowjacket Guard Station
Yellowjacket Guard Station is a historic Forest Service Ranger Station and work center. Originally constructed in 1925 and remodeled in 1934 by the Civilian Conservation Corps, the structure is eligible for listing on the National Register of Historic Places. Natural Features: The guard station sits in the Yellowjacket Mountains within the Salmon-Challis National Forest in Idaho. The sizable front porch awards views of the scenic mountain meadow surrounding the station. A dense conifer forest covers the mountains and a few aspens dot the landscape. Beagle Creek flows nearby. Recreation: Hikers, horseback riders, mountain bikers and off-road enthusiasts will find many trails in the surrounding area. Hunting is also a popular activity. Click here for an Idaho OHV safety message. A 40-by-40 horse corral is located within the guard station complex. Facilities: The spacious guard station can sleep a maximum of four people in two bedrooms, with a double bed and one single bed. No linens or bedding are provided. The living room contains a couch, wood stove, table and chairs. The small kitchen is equipped with a propane range and oven and sink, but no running water. Guests must bring their own drinking water, as well as dishes, utensils and cookware. Other amenities include propane lights, a broom, axe, fire extinguisher and a shovel. A vault toilet is located outside. ACTIVITIES Biking: Mountain Biking Hiking Horseback Riding Hunting Wildlife Viewing
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Yellowjacket Guard Station is located in Idaho
44.995 N
-114.483 W
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From Salmon, Idaho, take Highway 93 south 5 miles, to a right turn at Shoup Bridge onto Forest Road 021 and travel 44.5 miles to Cobalt Work Center facility on Panther Creek Road 055. Continue 8 miles south on Panther Creek Road, where you will come to Porphury Creek turnoff to the right, heading west. Continue approximately 11 miles along Porphury Creek Road/Forest Road 112 to Yellowjacket Guard Station.
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