High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! A pack station is the
base of operations for one who transports freight via pack animals
(this person is called an outfitter). Outfitters are located in
wilderness areas or at urban interfaces where there are no roads
available for motor vehicles. The station facilitates the
transition from mechanized transportation to pack animals, and
necessarily includes a corral for the animals, a barn or other
structure to house feed and tack, and a loading dock or shelter for
the items to be transported. Typically there is also a business
office on site. The term "pack station" is most often used in
California. An outfitter's facility in other parts of the U.S. is
commonly called an "end-of-the-road camp."
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