Before there were cabins, Little Squaw Camp was built with tents. Check out these photos from AJ and Margaret Galloway, recently found in storage.
Hello to our Little Squaw Friends and Family, Celebrate!! USFS 520 has been opened! The evacuation order was lifted this morning. It’s so wonderful to see blue skies and feel cool mountain air after the rain showers that we have been receiving every day. On Wednesday, July 10, Kathy, Teri and Rocky visited Little Squaw […]
We are grateful for the outpouring of support we have received during this time. While the landscape around Little Squaw Resort has changed, everyone’s memories are as strong as ever. Little Squaw has been a special place for many families for generations. Please share those memories with us! Email some of your special photos and […]
Saturday, July 6, Kathy, Teri and Rocky were escorted by the sheriff to Little Squaw Resort since USFS 520 is still closed to the public and the evacuation order still applies. This was the first time we could assess the situation. Photos from the short visit can be viewed at the above link. The resort […]
As of Saturday, June 29, the West Fork Fire Complex has burned more than 95,000 acres of land without a single structure or life loss. Included in that number, the Papoose Fire has burned more than 34,000 acres. The photos above, taken Friday, June 28, were provided by the Sheriff’s office. We are thankful for […]
Dear Friends of Little Squaw, On June 20, 2013 the Papoose Creek Fire (now part of the West Fork Complex) started in the Little Squaw drainage above Little Squaw Resort. It is believed to have been started by a lightening strike near the continental divide. On Friday, June 21 a mandatory evacuation order was issued […]