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The Munson Valley Historic District was originally known as the Government Camp. It was constructed as a supplementary site for the employees of the Crater Lake National Park. Initially, it was only the summer headquarters for the park, but after the World War II, it was already used as a year round complex.

Tons of changes took place in the Munson Valley Historic District through time. Some original buildings were demolished and other landscapes were removed to accommodate changes and modernization of the site. Today, there are 18 primary structures in the site, all of which are built in the traditional rustic architecture that the government buildings of the time were fashioned after. It can be accessed mostly during the summer, along with the other park facilities.
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