The Civilian Conservation Corps, part of President Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal, built roads, bridges, shelters and trails at Pine Mountain State Park as well as log cabins and a main office building, which was built with native sandstone and chestnut logs. The building is now the upper lobby next to the lodge dining room.
The Civilian Conservation Corps, part of President Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal, built roads, bridges, shelters and trails at Pine Mountain State Park as well as log cabins and a main office building, which was built with native sandstone and chestnut logs. The building is now the upper lobby next to the lodge dining room. Pine Mountain State Park
The Civilian Conservation Corps, part of President Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal, built roads, bridges, shelters and trails at Pine Mountain State Park as well as log cabins and a main office building, which was built with native sandstone and chestnut logs. The building is now the upper lobby next to the lodge dining room. Pine Mountain State Park

Pine Mountain State Park celebrates 90 years of public service

August 02, 2014 10:23 PM

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