The shelter was completed by WPA labores in 1936. The L-shaped shelter was constructed out of local stone. The WPA also completed a comfort nearby the shelter. The comfort station is unaltered besides the handicapped access ramps that were added… read more
According to the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation, “The CCC improved the nation’s natural and human resources and also created opportunities for the public to recreate and appreciate a healthy outdoor experience. At Tolland ‘Pinecone Johnnies’ built access roads,… read more
The picnic shelter, commonly known as Big Log Shelter, was completed in 1936. It was started as a Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) project but was abandoned in 1935. The building was then completed by the Works Progress Administration (WPA). The… read more
The Canyon shelter was completed by Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) workers in 1935. The style of the shelter is classified as parks rustic.
The picnic shelter, commonly known as Middle Shelter, was completed by Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) workers in 1935. The style of the shelter is classified as parks rustic.
From the Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs: “This 2660 acre forest offers visitors a natural diversity of flora and fauna accented with historically significant contributions of the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC). The focal point of the forest… read more
Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge began in 1901 when part of the Comanche-Kiowa-Apache Indian Reservation was set aside as a National Forest. The area was transferred in 1935 to the Bureau of Biological Survey to become a wildlife refuge under the… read more
Made by stone. 2 stone chimneys, stone floor. Constructed by the Works Progress Administration (WPA) in 1938.
In January 1941, the National Youth Administration began building a bathhouse with dressing and toilet facilities at Zaragoza Park as well as a chain-linked fence around the pool that was connected to the bathhouse. The City of Austin furnished materials… read more