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Constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1936 to 1942, the Bly Ranger Station is the headquarters used by the US Forest Service in the Fremont National Forest. This seven building complex is still being used by the Bly Ranger District and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1981, and was declared as a US Historic District.

The Bly Ranger Station was constructed to minimize the efforts required from the Forest Service employees in monitoring its areas of responsibility. The site was completed to better monitor the western region of the Fremont National Forest.

Today, the Bly Ranger Station is still used by the Forest Service. However, self-guided tours on the compound are available from Mondays through Fridays all year long, except during Federal holidays.
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