Elk Lick Lodge (NRIS 07000734)

Address: 13 mi. from Whiskey Bend Trailhead on the Elwha River Trail, 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:

Elk Lick Lodge
Elk Lick Lodge, also known as the Remann Cabin, was built in 1926 by local settler and builder Grant Humes for Frederick Remann as a personal fishing retreat in what became Olympic National Park in the U.S. state of Washington. It was originally built next to the Elwha River, but was moved to higher ground in 1939 to escape the threat of flooding. With the H.H. Botten cabin it is one of only two private fishing cabins to have survived from pre-park days, both built by Humes. (read more...)


  • Humes, Grant

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