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Forestry Club Cabin

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

The Forestry Club Cabin, near the beginning of the Section 36 Loop, McDonald State Forest (bobcat)


In 1925, Oregon State University students constructed a cabin here as a place to meet for the Forestry Club. The original cabin burned to the ground in 1949 after a legendary fraternity dance. A new cabin was constructed the next year and serves as the meeting venue for Forestry Club students.

An example of a "big wheel", used for transporting logs, is next to the cabin.

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