Mason-Lovell South Cabin

Also known as “Orchard Cabin”

Mason-Lovell South Cabin is a cabin ruin on Willow Creek in Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area, WY.

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Mason-Lovell South Cabin
Mason-Lovell South Cabin
Mason-Lovell South Cabin

Surrounded by apple trees, the South Cabin was also called the Orchard Cabin. Two apple tree stumps remain to remind visitors of the need to be self-sufficient in this secluded place.

Stepping inside the cabin, visitors will see the hewn, greenish-colored, whitewashed walls, all that remains from a time when the single-room cabin was home for married couples employed by Mr. Lovell.

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