Rogers and Lyman Burnham at Beaver Meadow Cabin, 1917
Rogers and Lyman Burnham at Beaver Meadow Cabin, 1917

Described as a “roofless cabin” on Herber Congdon’s original 1918 map, this cabin was located on the Long Trail between Molly Stark and Baby Stark Mountains. It’s unclear if this cabin was ever used as shelter. It may have served solely as a rest stop due to the nearby spring.

Signs on a spruce at the ruins of Beaver Meadow Cabin
Signs on a spruce at the ruins of Beaver Meadow Cabin
Detail from Congdon's 1918 map showing the location of Beaver Meadow Cabin
Detail from Congdon’s 1918 map showing the location of Beaver Meadow Cabin