Chinook Pass Cabin Owners Association     

About CPCOA

The Chinook Pass Cabin Owners Association is a a Nonprofit Corporation 501-C-7 formed for the interest and education of its membership.

Almost 300 cabin owners enjoy the natural beauty of the American, Bumping, Naches river valleys located within Washington State's Wenatchee National Forest and managed by the USFS Naches Ranger station.

We have established this website as a means of communication among cabin owners and to provide information useful to our guests and visitors.

Membership in the organization is available to all cabin owners on a voluntary basis.  The Association schedules a Potluck/Meeting twice a year.

Welcome Letter from the Board President.

Board members are elected in alternating years and serve for a 3-year term in accordance with
the CPCOA By-Laws.

Purpose

The purpose of this Association shall be to promote and protect the recreational interest of its members in the Chinook Pass area of the Wenatchee National Forest: to seek equitable and just legislation and regulations; and to work in cooperation with the Forest Service in the protection and administration  of the Naches Ranger District recreation features including the preservation improvement, and economical use of the national forest as well as any government issues—federal, state, country tribal or local—that impacts cabin ownership and activities or the forest in general.