Graves Creek Ranger Station (NRIS 07000717)

Address: Approx. 22 mi. NE of WA 101 on Quinault River Rd., Port Angeles, WA. County/parish: Jefferson.

Park name: Olympic. 1 contributing building.

Added to the National Register of Historic Places July 13, 2007.

Part of Olympic National Park MPS (NRIS 64500985).

From Wikipedia:

Graves Creek Ranger Station
The Graves Creek Ranger Station is a small historic district in Olympic National Park, Washington, USA. It includes the first administrative buildings to be built by the National Park Service in the newly designated park. The district comprises two buildings built in 1939-41 by the National Park Service in the Graves Creek region of the western park. Labor from the Civilian Conservation Corps and the Public Works Administration was used for both the ranger station residence and the garage-woodshed, as well as for a generator building that no longer stands. The 1939 ranger station residence is a one story frame structure, clad in cedar shingles. The garage is of similar construction, built in 1941. Both structures are examples of the late National Park Service Rustic style, featuring broad shingle courses and deep eaves. (read more...)

Architects:

  • Civilian Conservation Corps
  • National Park Service

Architectural styles:

  • Other