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Birch Creek Cabin

National Forest Cabin
Dillon

Located in the Pioneer Mountains, this cabin is especially popular with cross-country skiers and summer hiking enthusiasts. Trails leaving the cabin will take hikers to lakes in the Pioneer Mountains. There are two popular ski trails adjacent to Birch Creek: the Birch Creek Loop and the May Lake ...

Cabin Creek Cabin

National Forest Cabin
West Yellowstone

Cabin Creek Cabin was built in the 1930's by the Civil Conservation Corp. The cabin is located in a high elevation, alpine forest with rustic accommodations, including a wood stove and vault toilet. The maximum party size for the cabin is 4 people. The cabin is one room with a set of bunks and 3 ...

Antone Cabin

National Forest Cabin
Ennis

Located in the Snowcrest range. This cabin is mostly used during the hunting season. In an open, easy winter with little wind, snowmobile access can be eight miles from the junction of Antone Station Road and Blacktail Deer Creek road. During a heavy snow year, snowmobile access could be 40 miles. ...

Mt. Baldy-Buckhorn Ridge Lookout

National Forest Cabin
Troy

Mt. Baldy-Buckhorn Ridge Lookout has been used as an observation point for detecting forest fires since 1910. In 1914 a permanent lookout was stationed in a tent and a 45' pole tower with a platform was erected. A telephone line was strung to the Sylvanite Ranger Station. A log cabin was built in ...

McGuire Mountain Lookout

National Forest Cabin
Eureka

McGuire Mountain Lookout was built in 1923, at a cost of $805.87 and was actively used as an observation point for detecting forest fires for over 20 years. It was abandoned in approximately 1944. Renovations were begun in 1983 and were completed in 1998 under a PIT Project, making it eligible for ...

Mill Creek Cabin

National Forest Cabin
Livingston

Mill Creek cabin is the most accessible cabin on the Livingston Ranger District. You can drive to it all year. It is even plowed to in the winter The cabin site was set aside in 1910 on 32 acres and was built by the Yellowstone Ranger District of the Absaroka National Forest in 1927. The cabin was ...

Black Butte Cabin

National Forest Cabin
Ennis

Located in the Gravelly range, the cabin is used primarily for hunting and snowmobile opportunities. Located in a meadow, the Black Butte is an old volcano cone that overlooks the cabin. Hikers can hike to the Black Butte along the ridge. This is a one room cabin with two bunkbeds. It has a small ...

Rillway Cabin

National Forest Cabin
Townsend

Tucked back near a moss-covered canyon wall, with a charming creek splashing through the backyard, Rillway cabin has been a great addition to the Helena National Forest's cabin rental program. The cabin is accessible year-round by vehicle. It sleeps six people in three bunk beds and provides a ...