Big Bay Ranger Station


The Big Bay Visitor Contacted Station was completed in 1999 after 3 years of construction. The building was fashioned after the old Civilian Conservation Corp's early National Park Service style Ranger Stations. The building was handcrafted on site using native materials. The contact station houses interpretive displays, maps, and informational brochures on hiking and kayaking in the park. There are interpretive displays on birds, wildlife and archeological information. The station is staffed from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Stop in early during your stay to visit with the staff and get up to date information on fishing, kayaking and trail use. Several hiking trails leave from the station to Eagle Cape, Twin Creeks and the Mulcahy View Public Use Cabin.

Hawk Display at Big Bay Ranger Station Inside Big Bay Ranger Station Big Bay Ranger Station PIC
Big Bay Animal Display Skeleton Display Cultural History in Big Bay Ranger Station
Big Bay Ranger Station

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