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Godman Guard Station

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About This Campground

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 permitted in the…


For Campers

  • Picnic Table
  • Phone Service
  • Drinking Water
  • Toilets
  • Alcohol

For Vehicles


    • Drive In
      Park next to your campsite


    2 Reviews of Godman Guard Station

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    Kim K.
    Reviewed May. 24, 2019

    Star Gazing Galore!

    I'm not sure what the other reviewer is talking about regarding a lake, as this ridge is at 6000' above sea level and there's no lake there. Granted, it's been a few years since I've camped here, but there's no lake.

    We camped here for a free a few times. The Forest Service added some…

    Reviewed Jul. 1, 2016


    This campsite is the usual with fire rings, water, restrooms, and picnic table. This site has a lake and there is a lot of people fishing. the site costed me about 12 dollars which is really cheap.


    Godman Guard Station is located in Washington


    From Dayton, take 4th street south for 6 blocks, and turn east on Eckler Mountain Road for about 15 miles. Turn right at the Y intersection. Continue on Forest Road 46 for 12 miles to Godman. The guard station will be on the left. The site is accessible to vehicles from mid to late-June through mid-October to early-November. Call the Pomeroy Ranger District for road and weather conditions at (509)843-1891 Mon-Fri 7:30-4:30 Closed Weekends & Holidays. Winter use requires skis, snowshoes or snowmobiles. From Dayton, Washington, take 4th Street south. Follow road directions to Bluewood Ski Area. Before the entrance to the ski area, park in the available snowmobile parking at Touchet Corral. Travel the groomed snowmobile route, taking all lefts to Godman, approximately 13 miles. Directional signs lie along the route, put up by the local snowmobile club. Although guests may ski to the cabin, the route is difficult and for advanced skiers only. A Washington State Sno-Park permit is required to park at the Sno-Park. Play close atterntion to weather forecasts as winter weather can change quickly.


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