Elkhorn Guard Station (NRIS 07000714)

Address: Apprx. 11.5 mi. along Elwha River Trail from the Whiskey Bend Trailhead, Port Angeles, WA. County/parish: Clallam.

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:

Elkhorn Guard Station
The Elkhorn Guard Station, also known as the Elkhorn Ranger Station, comprises four buildings in the backcountry of Olympic National Park, Washington. The station was built by the U.S. Forest Service between 1930 and 1934, before the establishment of the national park, when the lands were part of Olympic National Forest (USFS). The structures were designed in the Forest Service's interpretation of the National Park Service rustic style, using native materials and construction techniques. The complex was built using labor from the Public Works Administration and the Civilian Conservation Corps. The Elkhorn Guard Station is one of five surviving USFS-built guard stations. (read more...)


  • Civilian Conservation Corps
  • U. S. Forest Service

Architectural styles:

  • Other