The Trapper Cabin was built in 1937 by the U.S. Biological Survey (currently known as the USDA Wildlife Services) for predatory animal control. The cabin has a Rocky Mountain log cabin style unique on the Forest and is one of two cabins left in Idaho that were built and used for predatory control.


Trapper Cabin
Payette National Forest, Rural Valley County

  • Grants: 2015

Location: The cabin is on the McCall District of the Payette National Forest. It is located north of Upper Payette Lake.” (No Google Earth Coordinates)


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