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KENDRICK CABIN (AZ)



Created: 2010/09/10 06:02 AM        Last Updated: 2010/09/10 06:02 AM


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Camp Details Camp Name: KENDRICK CABIN (AZ)
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As a customer of the Coconino National Forest's "Rooms With A View" program, you may have an exciting opportunity to participate in our National Visitor Use Monitoring Survey! Randomly selected individuals who have rented a cabin on the Coconino National Forest will be contacted by phone and asked to give their views on their cabin experience and their overall impression of the Forest. This survey is important in helping forest managers make decisions about amenities and improvements that affect all forest visitors, and your participation is highly valued.

This rustic 3-bedroom stone and wood cabin is located in the scenic Kendrick Park area. It has wonderful views of the San Francisco Peaks, Kendrick Mountain and the surrounding forest. It is located in an area that provides excellent hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding opportunities.

The cabin is suitable for groups of up to 10 people. Dogs are allowed but must remain outside. No more than 4 horses/mules permitted on the cabin grounds. Please clean up after all your animals. Off road vehicle users, recognize your role in protecting the wild lands surrounding Kendrick Cabin. Please tread lightly and stay on designated roads complying with regulations applicable to your vehicle. The cabin has running water from approximately late May to early October. There is a separate restroom building with a flush toilet, sink and shower that is usable between the above dates. When water is shut off in non-peak seasons, an outhouse toilet is available. Inside the cabin there are propane lights, a propane stove top (no oven) and a small refrigerator. There is a combined dining and living room with two queen size futons, dining table and chairs, and wood heating stove. It is furnished with one double bed downstairs and two twin beds in each of the two bedrooms upstairs. Kitchen supplies include pots, pans, utensils, dishes, stove top coffeepot and can opener. On the grounds is an outdoor BBQ grill, a fire ring and a picnic table. The cabin has small covered front porch and open deck. Kendrick Cabin is located approximately 22 miles north of Flagstaff, Arizona and is easily accessible off Hwy 180. The Grand Canyon is 58 miles from the cabin. Kendrick Cabin sits at 7,900 ft in elevation. Supplies you need to bring: Sheets, blankets (or sleeping bags) for one double bed, two queen futons and 4 single beds, pillows, flashlights, towels, garbage bags, warm clothes, dish washing liquid, dish towels. Bring an ax for splitting firewood and matches and newspaper for the woodstove. Lawn chairs are nice for the summer time. Cell phone coverage in this area can be fair. Pack out all food and trash when checking out of cabin. A cabin manual is located inside of the cabin to answer cabin specific questions during your stay as well as provide you with area recreational information. Cabin has no electricity or phone and all appliances and lighting are run on propane. Instructions for use of all propane adapted items is located in the cabin manual inside the cabin.



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Latitude:35.2286054
Longitude:-111.5791208

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Directions (from Phoenix): From I-17 continue into the city of Flagstaff on Milton Street. When you pass under the train overpass turn left on Humphrey's and go to the end. Turn left on Fort Valley Road , which becomes Highway 180. Go approximately 20 miles north on Highway 180 and look for the Watchable Wildlife Trail on the left and a roadside chapel on the right. Proceed .7 miles past the chapel and turn right at the old store. This road will be signed as Forest Road 514. Go exactly one mile and turn left. You will see a sign "Road Closed, Forest Service Administrative Site" as soon as you turn left. The cabin is 1/2 mile further at the end of this road.

Directions (from 1-40): From 1-40 take exit 192B and continue into the city of Flagstaff on Milton Street. When you pass under the train overpass turn left on Humphrey's Street and go to the end. Turn left on Fort Valley Road,which becomes Highway 180. Go approximately 20 miles north on Highway 180 and look for the Watchable Wildlife Trail on the left and roadside chapel on the right. Proceed .7 miles past the chapel and turn right at the old store. This road will be signed as Forest Road 514. Go exactly one mile and turn left. You will see a sign "Road Closed, Forest Service Administrative Site" as soon as you turn left. The cabin is 1/2 mile further at the end of this road.


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5075 N. HWY 89 FLAGSTAFF AZ USA

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