Bow River Ranger Station
Cameron M.
Reviewed Aug. 17, 2021

1960s cabin, basic amenities incl water, showers, kitchen, bunkbeds, toilet

Cute little place, very quiet and pretty. Creekside cabin, with fire ring and picnic table. 

BYO toilet paper, just in case ... we had 1/2 a roll. 

Cabin is definitely showing its age, though the four-burner electric stove and the white fridge-freezer work just fine. It has three sinks, two showers, one toilet, plus a long outdoor laundry line.

We were there with our Girl scout troop (six 13-year-olds). The picnic table and the large kitchen table were great for meals and crafts, such as tie dying shirts, making scented candles, etc. 

The kitchen has plates, bowls, mugs, forks and glasses/cups. You may want to bring a measuring cup, spoons, knives, napkins, sponges (for washing up). 

DONT FORGET TO PACK OUT ALL OF YOUR TRASH. The two groups before us didn't; what jerks.

We drove 12 miles from this cabin to hike to Crater Lake; it's pretty country. Dusty roads, loads of stars, other little creeks nearby.