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Gate Camp

OPO Cabin in the Grant

Open to Dartmouth alums and benefits-eligible employees

Capacity: 6

The Gate Camp was built in 1962 under the direction of Slim Olsen, the son-in-law of Grace Turner, the care-taker at that time. It was built to replace an earlier cabin at that site which was in disrepair.

The Gate Camp is a three-room cabin located on the Dead Diamond Road just before the first bridge across the Dead Diamond River. It sleeps six (two bunkbeds with mattresses and a pull-out couch) and has a screened porch, an indoor washroom with shower and toilet (in-season), hot and cold running water (in-season), gas lights, refrigerator, and cooking stove, and is heated by a vented propane heater.

The Gate Camp is 1.0 miles from the Second College Grant entrance and there is parking by the cabin.

Gate Camp

Last Updated: 4/16/13