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Port salut, danish bleu cheese, cranberry rellish, olives & almonds with rustic sour dough
Build your own wrap with korean bbq steak, rice, red peppers, onions, carrots &cilantro. Gluten free
Cedar smoked lox served with whipped cream cheese, capers, shredded romaine, cherry tomatoes, red onion & everything flat bread crackers
Two sliders with cheddar cheese & bbq aioli on a mini brioche bun
Served with home made tortilla chips. Gluten free
Two beer battered pollock tacos, cilantro slaw, pico & sriracha cream sauce
With gorgonzola dressing
Kale tossed in chipotle tomato vinaigrette with chevre, raw sunflower seeds, & crispy pork belly lardoons. Gluten free
Chopped romaine, grape tomatoes & croutons with bacon vinaigrette
Chopped romaine tossed in creamy caesar shaved parmesan & fresh baked herbed croutons
Organic mixed greens with quinoa, shredded carrots, cucumbers, & almonds with ginger dressing. Gluten free
Fresh organic greens, gruyere, craisins & raw sunflower seeds with raspberry balsamic vinaigrette. Gluten free
Organic mixed greens, chevre, cherry tomatoes, rice flour fried onions & warm bacon vinaigrette. Gluten free
Hand cut 8oz grilled colorado bison rib eye & sautéed summer squash with goat cheese green onion mashers. Gluten free
6oz grilled all natural aspen ridge bistro strip steak served medium rare, bleu cheese mashers, sautéed crimini mushrooms and onions
Orange bourbon glazed duroc pork loin, crispy maple pork belly, garlic sautéed sweet potato gnocchi & kale
Southwestern: sweet yellow corn, black beans, pico de gallo, sour cream & chipotle ranch
Asian: sautéed snap peas, carrots, onions, red peppers & cabbage with ginger dressing
Locally made guidos pasta tossed in a home made marinara
Fresh locally made sweet potato gnocchi, sautéed summer squash, tomato, red pepper & eggplant with fresh italian herbs in beurre blanc
Ham stuffed red bird airline chicken breast with broiled swiss cheese served with creamy dijon sauce, mashed potatoes and butter corn. Gluten free
5 cajun spiced shrimp, kale, peppers onions & tomatoes atop guidos locally made fettuccini noodles finished with a creole beurre blanc
Pan seared north atlantic salmon in a tamari ginger glaze with fragrant jasmine rice & sesame snap peas. Gluten free
Ground beef, bison & pork meatballs with family recipe marinara, on a garlic butter toasted amarosa roll with melted mozzarella
Beer battered pollock with tartar. Gluten free
Sauteed summer squash tomato red peppers & eggplant with arugula, mozzarella & scallion aioli on a crispy amarosa roll
Hand dipped natural red bird chicken breast strips. Gluten free
Slow braised roasted pork shoulder with tangy bbq sauce on a brioche bun
Chicken breast with melted swiss, & bacon on a telerra roll
Salsa verde marinated steak, smashed avocado & pico on a toasted telerra roll
Sirloin burger with maple glazed bacon & chipotle ranch sauce on brioche
All natural turkey breast, maple glazed bacon, chevre, cranberry rellish & organic arugula on garlic toasted rustic sour dough bread
Broasted pork shoulder, ham, swiss, pickles & dijon aioli on a pressed telerra roll
Mazina tortilla with cheddar cheese & mozzarella with pico de gallo
Two mini BBQ pork sliders on brioche
All natural chicken strip with bbq sauce
Fresh local pasta with butter
Rustic sour dough and american cheese
Home made three-meat meatballs with house marinara & melted mozzarella
Beer battered Icelandic pollock with tartar sauce
Served with vanilla bean ice cream & salted caramel
Layers of chocolate mousse, marshmallow fluff and graham cracker crumbles, with toasted marshmallows on top
Layers of delicious molten chocolate. Gluten free
Energy gel choices: gold, ginsting*, banana, strawberry or chocolate. Additional flavors can be added for $3.95 each
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Whisky Camp Guard Station
Whisky Camp, built in the 1940s, was the summer home of a fireguard whose primary duties were to fight and prevent fires, serve as a relief lookout, and perform maintenance on phone lines and trails. Located in the Tiller Ranger District in southwestern Oregon, the cabin now offers relaxation and recreation for visitors throughout the year. Four-wheel drive vehicles are recommended for travel to this site, and guests must bring several of their own supplies. Please be aware that in winter months guests may need to snowmobile, ski or snowshoe up to five miles one-way to reach the cabin. Consider this winter travel advisory when making your reservations.
This two-room cabin is equipped with two single beds and two single roll-out beds, both with foam pad mattresses. Amenities inside the cabin include a wall heater, lights, a cook stove with oven and a refrigerator, all powered by propane, which is provided. Provided outside, are picnic tables, a campfire ring, an outdoor grill (not propane) and a vault toilet. An area for pitching a tent is also on-site. Guests must bring several of their own supplies. The cabin does not have food, cooking utensils, sleeping bags, towels, dish soap, matches, cooking gear, toilet paper or garbage bags. Firewood may be available, but the supply cannot be guaranteed. There is no water available at the site. Guests must bring water necessary for drinking, cooking and washing. Potable water is available at a spigot in front of the Tiller Ranger Station office (45 minutes away).. Although propane lighting is available, bringing an additional light source is recommended.
Need to Know
There is no water at the site
Please leave the cabin cleaner than you found it. Due to the remote location of the cabin, it cannot be cleaned after every stay. Do not leave food, bottled water or cans/bottles (these can freeze and burst between guests) in the refrigerator or anywhere in the cabin when you leave. Do not leave food out where it can attract animals. Keep the building and grounds clean to deter squirrels, mice, rats, and bears.В
Inclement weather can occur during any time of year, but during winter months it is common for snow to make the cabin unreachable by vehicle. Depending on snow-pack, the cabin can only be accessed during these time by snowshoeing, skiing, or snowmobiling 1 to 6 miles one-way to access the site. Refunds are generally not given for inclement weather.В В
It is recommended that you bring a map with you when trying to locate this site. Maps are available for purchase at Forest Service Ranger Stations, online, or you can download a Motor Vehicle Use Mapfor free by clicking on the link provided. Please note however that the Motor Vehicle Use Map has limited landmarks and can be difficult to navigate with unless used in conjunction with a more detailed map.В В В
At an elevation of 3,800 feet, this quaint, red-planked, cedar-roofed cabin is tucked beneath a dense forest of cedar, pine and fir trees. Nicely shaded and secluded, an occasional brilliant shaft of sunlight breaks through the canopy. Large mammals such as elk, deer, black bear and cougar, as well as the smaller residents like squirrels, fox, raccoons and bats, are supported by the diverse forest habitat in the area. Learn more about bear safety.
Visitors may want to take some time to visit nearby Crater Lake National Park for a glimpse into the area’s fascinating geological and cultural history.
Guests might also enjoy a day of scenic driving along the Rogue-Umpqua National Scenic Byway, located within driving distance of the cabin. Landscapes unfold along the highway, showcasing everything from rolling oak-covered hills and towering coniferous forests to roaring white-water rapids and incised inter-canyon lava flows.
The Bunchgrass, Elkhorn and Beaver Creek trails leave from Whisky Camp for hiking or horseback riding. Additional activities include mountain biking, birding, wildlife viewing and photography. In the winter guests enjoy snowshoeing, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling (trails may be closed for public safety due to wildfire damage. Please call the Tiller Ranger Station for current updated information).
Changes & Cancellations
Refunds are not given for inclement weather.В
27812 TILLER TRAIL HWY TILLER OR 97484
For campground inquiries, please call: 541-825-3100
From Canyonville take West 1st Street and turn onto SE 3rd St/OR-227. Continue to follow OR-227 approximately 23 miles until you reach Tiller Oregon and take a left onto Douglas County Road 46 just before the bridge crossing the South Umpqua River. From Tiller, take Douglas County Road 46 for 5 miles to the Jackson Creek/Forest Service Road 29 turn off. Turn right onto FS Road 29 and drive for 9.7 miles to the FS Road 2925 turn off. Take a right onto FS road 2925 where you will cross a bridge over Jackson Creek and follow FS Road 2925 for 6.4 miles to the FS Road 3114-600 spur turn off (note: do not take the left turn onto FS road 2925-600, which is about 1 mile before the 3114-600 turn off). Take a right onto FS Road 3114-600 and follow it for 1.4 miles where you will see a road with a locked gate on your left which leads to spur Road 3114-645 down to Whisky Camp Cabin. Use your combination to enter. Call Tiller Ranger Station if you have questions at (541) 825-3100, but note that depending on your cell phone carrier, reception is very limited to non-existent in the area.
Explore Whisky Camp Guard Station in Umpqua National Forest, Oregon with Recreation.gov. Whisky Camp, built in the 1940s, was the summer home of a fireguard whose primary duties were to fight and prevent fires, serve as a relief lookout, and perform