Calf Creek Cabin

White Sulphur Springs, Montana

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Overview

Calf Creek Cabin sits in the Helena-Lewis and Clark National Forest. The cabin offers a prime location for fishing, hiking and horseback riding and OHVing. Running water is not included, but the nearby creek provides fresh water. A hitching rack is also available for horses.

Access from December 1 to May 15 is via snowmobile, snowshoes or skis on a groomed 7 mile trail. (Wheeled vehicles aare prohibited during the December 1 to May 15 time frame).

Recreation

Nearby hunting, fishing and off-road vehicle riding trails are abundant. Horseback riders and hikers horses enjoy the climb north along East Fork Calf Creek to Bubbling Springs in the Tenderfoot Experimental Forest. Calf Creek tempts anglers with mountain whitefish, cutthroat, brook and rainbow trout.

Winter recreation includes cross country skiing, snow shoeing and snowmobiling.

Facilities

The cabin fits six guests and provides propane lights and a propane cooking stove. Both the cabin and the outdoor modern vault toilet are wheelchair accessible. A wood stove for heating and firewood is included. Pots, pans, dishes and limited cleaning supplies are also on hand. Though no electricity is available, the cabin comes with electrical outlets, and guests are allowed to bring a generator to hook up to the cabin.

Visitors should plan to bring water, food, toilet paper, flashlights, bedding, towels, cleaning equipment and warm clothing. (Click here for more cabin details.)

Natural Features

The cabin sits along Calf Creek at an elevation of 5,400 feet in the Little Belt Mountains. The region boasts a dense coniferous forest with mixed fir, spruce and pine trees. The Helena-Lewis and Clark National Forest offers many streams and fishing opportunities. Native wildlife includes black bears, mule-deer white-tailed deer, bald eagles, elk, bears and mountian lions.

Nearby Attractions

White Sulphur Springs, 1 hour south, provides the nearest food, fuel, and other conveniences.

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