Welcome to the Mt Hood Cabin Homeowners Website!
Welcome to the Mt Hood Forest Homeowners web site, a place where cabin owners can stay connected to news that affects cabin owners. The Zigzag Ranger District relys on our association to send out critical news via email and through this website. We offer useful information about working with the USFS as well as issues owning and maintaining a USFS cabin. Members have full access to this sight which has information about the history of your tract, your tract's historic evaluation (which can affect how you get permission for work on the exterior of your cabin) and we host most all USFS forms and documents in an easy downloadable method. We have a large list of local service providers recommended by your fellow cabin owners.
Start a conversation on security, wildlife, local hikes and trails or whatever you feel would be useful for other cabin owners by using the Forums function. Currently all postings are made by designated “editors,” although comments are encouraged to be made by all members. If you feel a new conversation would be in the best interest of other cabin owners you may email the web site (firstname.lastname@example.org) and state your topic. If it is appropriate it will be posted for others to comment on it.
Are you a new cabin owner? Welcome to the Mt Hood Cabin Community! Be sure and join our association and then check out all the useful information packed into this new website.
We fully support our National Organization, the National Forest Homeowners (NFH) and since we are a member tract, all MHFHA members receive a $5 discount ($55 regularly) when paying their NFH dues with MHFHA dues. We are all part of the same, unique program with the government as our landlord. We need representation at the national level (NFH) as well as at the local level (MHFHA) - please support and join both!
Update as of 3-26-20: Mt Hood National Forests Developed Recreation Sites are temporarily closed due to the Covid-19 virus situation. This does NOT include our cabins which are privately owned. This closure is in effect until at least May 8th and will be re-evaluated as the date nears.
The complete press release from the USFS is down below in the news section.
Should you need to contact the permit administrator, Greg Martin, please use email or phone.