Join us at the beautiful and historic Fremont Indian State Park on Utah’s Fishlake National Forest this summer! The Belknap Ranger Station was built in 1910, and was a prominent Forest Service facility until its demolition in 1979. However, historic roads, an ice house cave and foundations still remain. This year at Belknap Station, we will be pouring concrete footings for three of the buildings, which will be partially rebuilt next year. The partial reconstructions will be used as interpretive features for Belknap Ranger Station. We hope you’ll join us in this beautiful setting for what promises to be some good, old-fashioned sweaty fun, and that you’ll stay for the history and archaeology that surrounds you – see you in August!