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FERNOW CABIN (AZ)



Created: 2010/09/24 08:32 AM        Last Updated: 2010/09/24 08:32 AM


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Camp Details Camp Name: FERNOW 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 log cabin is located in a beautiful ponderosa pine setting on the Mogollon Rim. Nestled in a scenic draw, the site is isolated, private and provides a great opportunity for getting back to nature. Expect cool nights spring through fall and some warm days in summer. The cabin is suitable for groups of up to 8 people. Dogs are allowed but must be kept 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 Fernow 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 an indoor shower that is usable with in the above dates. Inside the kitchen it has a stove/oven and a small refrigerator. There is also a small dining area, hot water heater, propane lights, woodstove with firewood furnished and a covered porch. It is furnished with a double bed and dresser in one down stairs bedroom, a full size futon and dresser in the other, and four single beds in the upstairs loft. The kitchen supplies include pots, pans, utensils, dishes, stove top coffee pot and a can opener. The toilet is a short walking distance from the cabin. On the ground there is an outdoor BBQ grill/fire ring combination, two picnic tables, and a small corral. The cabin and toilet are not accessible for wheelchairs. Fernow Cabin is located approximately 22 miles south of Flagstaff and the Grand Canyon is 102 miles from the cabin. All roads are suitable for high clearance vehicles. Roads worsen during snow or heavy rains. Fernow Cabin sits at 6,700 ft in elevation. Supplies you need to bring: Sheets and blankets (or sleeping bags) for two double beds and four single beds, pillows, flashlights, towels, garbage bags, warm clothes, dish washing liquid, dish towels, matches and newspaper for the wood stove. Bring an ax for splitting firewood. Lawn chairs are nice for the summer months. Cell phone coverage at the cabin is poor. Pack out all food and trash when checking out. 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 are 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 to the I-40 junction at Flagstaff. Go west on I-40. Turn right at the Flagstaff Ranch Road exit. Go to the stop sign and turn right onto Old Route 66. Turn right at the Woody Mountain Campground onto Forest Road 231 (Woody Mountain Road) for 21 miles and watch for Forest Road 231A. Do not take Forest Road 231A but continue along Forest Road 231 for another .8 of a mile, taking the second turnoff to the right. This is FR 231E and is also signed "Fernow Draw". The cabin is ¼ mile further on Forest Road 231E. Directions (from Old Route 66 in Flagstaff): From Milton Street turn onto Old Route 66 at the Barnes and Noble Bookstore. Turn left onto Forest Road 231 (Woody Mountain Road) at the Woody Mountain Campground. Stay on Forest Road 231 for 21 miles and watch for Forest Road 231A. Do not take Forest Road 231A but continue along Forest Road 231 for another .8 of a mile, taking the second turnoff to the right. This is FR 231E and is also signed "Fernow Draw". The cabin is ¼ mile further on Forest Road 231E.


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5075 N. HWY 89 FLAGSTAFF AZ USA

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