Moose Creek Ranger District Office Suspends Walk-In  Visitor Services January 13 - March 1
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Moose Creek Ranger District Office Suspends Walk-In Visitor Services January 13 - March 1

KAMIAH, Idaho (January 7, 2020) – As visitation along the Selway Corridor decreases, the U.S. Forest Service is suspending visitor services at the Fenn Ranger Station Visitor Center for the winter starting Jan. 13th and ending Mar. 1st. 

   Forest visitors will still be able to purchase maps and permits and access other visitor services at three locations along the Highway 12 corridor: The Forest Supervisor’s Office in Kamiah, the Lochsa Ranger Station in Kooskia, and the Lolo Pass Visitor Center along the Idaho/Montana border.  In addition, visitors can also purchase the same items from local vendors at Cloninger’s Harvest Foods in Kamiah, and Tom Cats Sporting Goods in Kooskia.

    Services at the Fenn Ranger Station Visitor Center, located along the Selway River approximately five miles from Lowell, are scheduled to resume on Monday, March 2.  

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