Of eight buildings on the site, three are Finnish log construction, the remaining are board & batten construction. As the headquarters of SITPA,the buildings were used as the fire warden and assistant warden's residences, crew quarters, a machine shop and more.
-the 18ft.bullwheel of the Murray Corliss steam engine which powered the Brown Tie & Lumber Co. in McCall
-the restored Fire Warden's House and Machine Shop interpretive displays on the Idaho forest, Smokey Bear and other area history.
-The commemorative C.C.C. statue for the State of Idaho.
-Two aermotor Lookouts on site(one cab, one tower and cab.
The site offers public restrooms,picnic tables, a wooded "Forester Walk, parking and lots of green lawn.
Available to hold special events and meetings.
Please call 1-208-634-4497 or e: email@example.com
Southwestern Idaho, in McCall
1001 State St., downtown McCall
Memorial Day-Labor Day, Wed.-Sat., 12am-4pm; Call for winter hours.
Fire Warden House Tours, $3 for Adults. The rest of the site and exhibits are free to the public.
Parking, Restrooms, Visitor Center