Graves Creek Ranger Station at Olympic National Park
The Graves Creek Ranger Station is located within a heavily forested area near the East Fork Quinault River in the Quinault District of Olympic National Park. The ranger station complex is
located in a level clearing surrounded by mature deciduous and coniferous trees. Behind the ranger station the
topography rises abruptly and forms a narrow ridge approximately 30 feet high. A small stream located south of the ranger station runs east and west and forms the eastern boundary.

Graves Creek Ranger Station is significant for its association with Franklin D. Roosevelt’s New Deal CCC program, with the National Park Service’s early administration and development of the park, and for its distinctive architectural style. In addition to the Park Headquarters complex, the Graves Creek Ranger Station is the
only example of late Rustic Style architecture within the park.
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