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The museum’s four acre site consists of eight structures, seven of which were built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1937 for the Southern Idaho Timber Protective Association (SITPA). All eight buildings are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Exhibits focus on local and regional subjects: CCC, fire lookouts, the McCall Mill, logging, Smokey the Bear, forestry and area history. Available to hold special events and meetings. Please call 1-208-634-4497 or e: cihmuseum@gmail.com

Location

Southwestern Idaho, in McCall

Directions

1001 State St., downtown McCall

Nearest City

McCall

Street Address

1001 State St.
McCall ID, 83638

Mailing Address

1001 State St.
McCall ID, 83638

Attraction Type(s)

Seasons

Summer

Hours

Memorial Day-Labor Day, Wed.-Sat., 12am-4pm; Call for winter hours.

Fees

Fire Warden House Tours, $3 for Adults. The rest of the site and exhibits are free to the public.

Facilities

Parking, Restrooms, Visitor Center

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