| less than one acre|
13 March 1991
| Mt. Rainier National Park MPS|
91000209, 91000210, 91000211
Narada Falls Comfort S, Longmire Buildings, Christine Falls Bridge, Shriner Peak Fire Lookout, Indian Bar Trail Shelter
Longmire Campground Comfort Stations Wikipedia
The Longmire Campground Comfort Stations were built in the early and mid-1930s in Mount Rainier National Park to provide public toilet facilities to automobile tourists camping in the park at Longmire. Essentially the same in design, the facilities were designed by the National Park Service Branch of Plans and Designs. Their construction was supervised by park landscape architect Ernest A. Davidson. The timber frame buildings followed the tenets of the prevailing National Park Service Rustic style.
The comfort stations form a part of the Longmire Historic District, which is itself within the Mount Rainier National Park National Historic Landmark District, comprising the entire park. They are each individually listed on National Register of Historic Places, as of March 13, 1991.