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Icicle Creek

Follow Icicle Creek past a fish hatchery and a former CCC camp converted to a resort, ending up in the Wenatchee National Forest at several camp grounds and hiking trails.

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Sleeping Lady Mountain Resort is nestled at the foot of the Stuart Range in the Cascade foothills. From 1934 to 1942, the site was known as Camp Icicle, home to the 983rd Company of the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC). The CCC constructed barracks and buildings designed to house 200 young men. Many of the corps barracks and other buildings, much altered, were used in the construction of the present mountain...

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