Wednesday, January 30, 2013

A WPA Cabin...Still Serving the Community!

This cabin was built by the WPA in 1940. It is located in Pocomoke City, Maryland, between the Winter Quarters Municipal Golf Course and the Pocomoke River. Today, "Winter Quarters Log Cabin" is used for events like wedding receptions and business meetings. Pocomoke City describes & markets the cabin in the following way:

"Our rustic log cabin was built in the 1940's offers a full kitchen, handicap accessibility, ample parking and easy access from highway Rt 13 & Rt 113.  The interior features a beautiful fireplace and tables/chairs for up to 50 persons.  The log cabin faces the unspoiled Pocomoke River with adjacent public docks and a boat ramp. There are several motels and restaurants nearby, and local caterers can provide meals if requested.  Bring your boat and your clubs and enjoy the perfect getaway for your retreat or conference." (See webpage here)

Once again we see how a creation of the WPA continues to be utilized and enjoyed today.

(Photo by Brent McKee)

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