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In 2003, the Zane Grey Cabin Foundation raised $200,000 to build a replica of the cabin on the grounds of the Rim Country Museum in Payson’s Green Valley Park. Not everything’s the same, of course, but you’ll get the idea. A writer’s chair, a cot, Grey’s saddle, a bear rug, and an array of cowboy boots help visitors visualize what life was like for the writer and avid hunter.
He hired one of Babe Haught’s sons, Richard, to be the caretaker. However, in 1990 the lodge burned to the ground in the Dude Fire. Due to the efforts and funding of local citizens, headed by Dick Wolfe, the Zane Grey Cabin Foundation has restored an exact replica on the grounds of the Rim Country Museum. Admirers of the author still come regularly to tour the cabin and to view the many Zane Grey artifacts in the museum.