Coconino National Forest Plans Addition To The Cabin Rental Program


School is out, summer is here, and it's time to get outdoors! Among the multitude of recreational opportunities on the Coconino National Forest -- from hiking to fishing to camping -- cabin rentals are the ideal option for visitors seeking a rustic and historical adventure. The Coconino currently has three cabins available for rent -- Kendrick, Fernow and Crescent Moon -- and aims to add a fourth cabin within the next year: the 100-year-old Apache Maid Cabin.

The proposed cabin, Apache Maid, is located approximately 18 miles north of Camp Verde, off I-17 and Stoneman Lake Road. It was constructed between 1900 and 1908 and has been used for a variety functions ranging from summer ranch headquarters to a Forest Service Ranger Station. With two bedrooms, a small kitchenette, and space outside for two trailers, the site can accommodate 10 people maximum -- the cabin itself can sleep six. The $75 per day fee will be used toward management, maintenance, and additional restoration and improvements on the cabin.

Commenting has been disabled for this item.