Notch Corrals – Klamath County OR

City:
Klamath, OR

New Deal Agencies:
Work Relief Programs, Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC)

Quality of Information:
Moderate

Site Survival:
Extant

Description

From the Journal of the Shaw Historical Library Editorial Committee: “The Notch Corral was built by the CCC in 1937 and has two circular stockade-like corrals connected by a center pen. On the way to the corral, you can see the ‘figure 4’ fence posts along the state line and old wooden poles used for telephone lines, and you will pass the ‘CCC Road.’ To reach Notch Corral, drive to Bonanza, go south on East Langell Valley Road for about 18 miles, then turn left on Willow Valley Road (gravel) and drive 9 miles to Notch Corral.”

Source notes

Journal of the Shaw Historical Library Editorial Committee, “CCC Landmarks: Remembering the Past,” in We Can Take It: The Civilian Conservation Corps in the Land of the Lakes, The Shaw Historical Library, Oregon Institute of Technology, 2006. Pg. 154.

Location Info


Notch Corrals
Sagebrush Butte , OR 97623

Location notes: The marker indicates the approximate location of Notch Corrals.

Coordinates: 41.995560, -121.05500

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One comment on “Notch Corrals – Klamath County OR

  1. Doug Halvorsen

    I visited the notch corrals after seeing it on the Living New Deal website. It’s pretty impressive that they are still standing in very good shape. The corrals are made of juniper wood, a very hard and durable wood in this area. There are living juniper tress that have grown up around these corrals and gives them an added antiquity. I’ll provide pictures of the corrals.

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  1. Doug Halvorsen

    I visited the notch corrals after seeing it on the Living New Deal website. It’s pretty impressive that they are still standing in very good shape. The corrals are made of juniper wood, a very hard and durable wood in this area. There are living juniper tress that have grown up around these corrals and gives them an added antiquity. I’ll provide pictures of the corrals.

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