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Take Hwy 126 west for approximately 1 mile. Turn right onto Combs Flat Road. Stay left as this turns into Highway 380 and proceed east for approximately 53 miles staying straight as this turns into County Road 112. Turn left onto County Road 113 (Beaver Creek Rd) and proceed approximately 2 miles. Stay left/straight at the junction of County Road 113 (which becomes Forest Service Road 42) and County Road 135. Proceed approximately 5 miles then stay left at the junction of Forest Service Road 42 and Forest Service Road 58. Continue for about 1 more mile and Salter’s Cabin will be on the left side of the road. Keep your eye out for the sign because this turn can sneak up on a driver.
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Salters Cabin Horse Camp is located in a shaded, second-growth, ponderosa pine forest and makes for a great escape from those hot summer days! There is a corral on site for folks camping with horses to use. The cabin on site is for historic purposes and the Forest Service recommends that visitors do not enter or camp in the cabin.
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