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Summit Springs Guard Station

Summit Springs Guard Station is located 2 miles off UT 44 on the upper side of Sheep Creek Geological Loop southwest of Flaming Gorge Reservoir at 8278 ft. in the high Uinta Mountain Range.  The Civilian Conservation Corps built the complex in 1931 as part of Franklin D. Roosevelt’s New Deal. It was one of 11 guard stations built in the area to serve as homes for rangers who patrolled the forest on horseback prior to the modern age of vehicles. The complex includes the cabin, bunkhouse, parking area, and fenced yard.  It is set in a rolling pasture, surrounded and interspersed with aspen and pine trees. Wildlife and summer flowers are abundant during the use season, mid-May through mid-September.

For Pricing and Reservations:
http://www.recreation.gov

Contact Information:
American Land and Leisure
260 S 2500 W. Suite 103
Pleasant Grove, UT  84062

Further Information:  
(801) 226-3564; (800) 342-2267; Fax (801) 756-7309

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