National Register of Historic Places

Twin Pines Lodge and Cabin Camp


Date Added to Register

Friday, December 10, 1993

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The Twin Pines Lodge and Cabin Camp, as it was called in 1941, is an interesting combination of tourist cabins and a small, exceptionally well crafted, log lodge. Local businessman O.E. Stringer started a basic cabin camp with small frame cabins in 1929. As his business flourished, new cabins and service buildings became more elaborate and he chose a rustic style of log architecture. The lodge, finished in 1941, is an excellent regional example of log architecture with arts and crafts detailing.

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