Anthony Lake Guard Station

Built in the 1930’s by the Civilian Conservation Corp, this historic log cabin boasts two homesteader character and charm. Enjoy a hot shower, electricity, flush toilet, and well-equipped kitchen. Located near Anthony Lake and the Elkhorn Crest Trail, recreational opportunities are plentiful. Sit back and relax on the front porch after a hike in the Elkhorn Mountains, cook up your catch of the day, and simply enjoy the peace and quiet away from it all. Reservations for the Anthony Lake Guard Station can be made through Recreation.gov.

  • Reservations Available: Yes
  • Electricity: Yes
  • Water: Yes
  • Toilet: Flush
  • Max Capacity: 8 ppl

$100 per night

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Antlers Guard Station

Built by the Civilian Conservations Corps in 1935, the historic Antlers Guard Station offers a rustic experience for those looking for a cozy cabin getaway. Like many of the CCC cabins, Antlers Guard Station is located away from modern amenities, yet with the comfort of home. Situated just 2 miles from Whitney and Hwy 7, even cell phone service is limited. To book your escape from it all, visit Recreation.gov.

  • Reservations Available: Yes
  • Electricity: Yes
  • Water: Seasonally available, outside spigot
  • Toilet: Separate Vault toilet
  • Max Capacity: 6 ppl

$54 per night

Peavy Cabin

Built in 1934, Peavy Cabin was used as an outdoor laboratory for forestry students. Peavy Cabin has been well preserved over the years and is registered in the Heritage Resource Inventory as a historic site. Located at almost 6,000 feet above sea level, Peavy Cabin sites near the North Fork of the John Day River in a landscape of conifer and pine.

Hike around granite outcroppings and gentle benchlands, among deer, elk, mountain goats, black bear, and other wildlife. To book your rustic, wilderness experience, visit Recreation.gov.

  • Reservations Available: Yes
  • Electricity: No
  • Water: No
  • Toilet: Separate Vault toilet
  • Max Capacity: 4 ppl

$54 per night

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Anthony Lakes Mountain Resort, LLC.

A 501(c)3 Nonprofit Organization

47500 Anthony Lakes Hwy.

North Powder, OR 97867

ANTHONY LAKES OPERATES IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE WALLOWA-WHITMAN NATIONAL FOREST UNDER A SPECIAL USE PERMIT, AND IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY PROVIDER.

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