The remains of Camp Brumby are on one of the trails that is at the base of the mountain.
|Foundation of the tool house|
|Entry to the education building.|
|Foundation of the bath house|
|Unknown structure near the mess hall/food storage area|
|Foundation of the Mess Hall|
|Foundation of Food Pantry|
The men in the CCC were put to work planting trees, grass and creating roads and trails in national parks. They were paid $30 a month, $25 of which had to go home to their families. They had the opportunity to learn a trade, to continue their education and were trained in a quasi-military organization that helped prepare them for the coming war.
The CCC disbanded when the U.S. entered World War II and many of the "CCC boys" entered the military. This park, like so many others around the country, was made possible in great part to the work they did then.