This historic guard station offers a unique stay in the oldest Forest Service building on the Shasta-Trinity National Forest. This charming two-story structure was built in 1916 under the direction of John T. Grey, District Ranger of the Mad River Ranger District on the old Trinity National Forest. Visitors can relax on the front porch and enjoy the tranquil surroundings from mid-April to the beginning of December. Please call the Hayfork Ranger Station at (530) 628-5227 to confirm lock combination 2 days prior to arrival Smoking is prohibited inside the cabin; smoking must be done within enclosed vehicles during extreme fire conditions Please keep cabin clean Guests should fuel up and get their supplies (including wood for the fire ring) on the way to the cabin as accessibility to stores and fuel is limited once at the cabin. The nearest place to purchase groceries or fuel is in Hayfork, approximately 30 minutes from the cabin. Grocery stores have limited hours. The nearest town for supplies traveling west from I-5 is Red Bluff; the nearest place traveling east from US-101 is Fortuna. Guests should be aware that there is a risk of exposure to hantavirus when visiting remote cabins; click here to learn more Click here for more information about Shasta-Trinity National Forest Don't Move Firewood: Protect California's forests from tree-killing pests by buying your firewood locally and burning it on-site. For more information visit firewood.ca.gov.