Lenoir's Cabin Camp, Lake Crescent, Clallam County, Washington

Lenoir's Cabin Camp, Lake Crescent, WA
This scene, probably photographed by the mid to late 1930's, is looking down the access road to the cabins and dock at Lenoir's Cabin Camp on the west end of Lake Crescent. In 1935 William and Betty Lenoir began operation of Lenoir's Cabin Camp, which now no longer exists. William Lenoir died in 1946, but Betty Lenoir continued operation of the place until 1962. A gas pump and a sign for 76 Tetraethyl gasoline is visible on the right side of the image.

Lenoir's Cabin Camp, Lake Crescent, WA
This scene, probably photographed by the late 1930's, shows the cafe and store at Lenoir's Cabin Camp, looking east along the Olympic Highway from the foot of Fairholm Hill on the west end of Lake Crescent. The building shown in this photograph was located at the present location of the Fairholm Store.

Lenoir's Cabin Camp, Lake Crescent, WA
This scene, also probably photographed by the late 1930's, shows the cabins as photographed from the dock. Lenoir's Cabin Camp was advertised as having seven cabins.

Lenoir's Cabin Camp, Lake Crescent, WA
This scene shows the lake access and the back side of the cafe and store. This scene appears to have been photographed about 10 years after the above two photographs. In the mid 1950ís, the rate for the cabins started at $4.50 per day.

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