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South Fork Ranger Station – Mount Timpanogos UT

Date added: July 31, 2021

The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) built the South Fork Ranger Station on the Alpine Loop Road (Highway 92), near the intersection of Highway 144, in 1933-34. The CCC enrollees who did the work were from Company 940 stationed in Camp… read more

Heber-Kamas Ranger Station (former) – Heber City UT

Date added: July 31, 2021

In 1936, the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) built the original Kamas ranger station for the U.S. Forest Service, just south of Heber UT on Highway 40. (Baldridge, p. 123)  The work was done by enrollees stationed at CCC Camp F-43… read more

Mutual Dell Amphitheater – Mount Timpanogos UT

Date added: July 31, 2021

The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) built the amphitheater at Mutual Dell camp in 1936.  It is a modest sized outdoor theater with a concrete and stone stage and wooden plank seating for about 200 people. It was constructed by CCC… read more

Theater in the Pines (Aspen Grove) – Mount Timpanogos UT

Date added: July 30, 2021

In 1934-36, the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) built the beautiful amphitheater at Aspen Grove – today known as the Theater in the Pines.  The amphitheater has an elegant stone stage that includes back and side walls with entrances for actors… read more

Mount Nebo Loop Campgrounds – Mt Nebo UT

Date added: July 18, 2021

The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) made extensive recreational improvements on Mt. Nebo, the highest and southern-most peak of the Wasatch Mountains.  The CCC teams worked out of three camps: F-9 at the south end of the Mt. Nebo Loop, F-3… read more

Payson Canyon Rock Retaining Wall – Mt Nebo UT

Date added: July 17, 2021

The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) made extensive recreational improvements on Mt. Nebo, the highest and southern-most peak of the Wasatch Mountains.  The CCC teams worked out of three camps: F-9 at the south end of the Mt. Nebo Loop, F-3… read more

Payson Lakes Guard Station – Mt Nebo UT

Date added: July 17, 2021

The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) made extensive recreational improvements on Mt. Nebo, the highest and southern-most peak of the Wasatch Mountains.  The CCC teams worked out of three camps: F-9 at the south end of the Mt. Nebo Loop, F-3… read more

CCC Camp F-40 (Rock Canyon) – Provo UT

Date added: July 16, 2021

In 1935, the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) set up Camp F-40 at the Provo Fairgrounds (now the Provo Airport).  It was a permanent camp with wooden buildings that operated until 1941.  It housed CCC Company 958, which moved there from… read more

CCC Camp F-30 (Hobble Creek) – Springville UT

Date added: July 16, 2021

In 1934, the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) set up Camp F-30 in Hobble Creek Canyon, about six miles east of Springville.  It was a summer season camp, consisting only of tents on wooden platforms.  Hobble Creek Camp (F-30) was located… read more

Mount Nebo Loop Trails – Mt Nebo UT

Date added: July 16, 2021

The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) made extensive recreational improvements on Mt. Nebo, the highest and southern-most peak of the Wasatch Mountains.  The CCC teams worked out of three camps: F-9 at the south end of the Mt. Nebo Loop, F-3… read more

Bear Canyon Campground – Mt Nebo UT

Date added: July 15, 2021

The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) built Bear Canyon Campground at the end of Salt Creek canyon road, FR 048.  CCC camp F-9 was located a few miles up the road and enrollees working from there are known to have built… read more

CCC Camp F-9 (Mt Nebo) – Mt Nebo UT

Date added: July 14, 2021

In 1933, the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) set up one of the first camps in Utah in Salt Creek Canyon a few miles east of Nephi, near what is now the intersection of highway 132  and FR015 (the Mount Nebo… read more