USDA Forest Service
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.
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Calf Creek Cabin is located in Montana
From White Sulphur Springs, head east on Highway 12 for 3 miles and turn left (north) on Highway 89. Continue about 15 miles, then head west (left) on Road 119 for 9 miles to the cabin. From Great Falls, head east on Highway 87/89 about 23 miles to the rest area just past Belt. Turn right (south, to White Sulphur Springs) onto Highway 89. Go past Monarch and Neihart to Kings Hill Pass (about 75 miles from Great Falls), and down Highway 89 about 13.5 miles past Kings Hill Pass to Road 119 and turn right (west). Drive 9 miles to the cabin. The last 7 miles of the road is closed from December 1st through May 15th. It is a designated groomed snowmobile trail. During this timeframe travel the last 7 miles must be made by skiing, snowmobiling or walking. Due to snow conditions, travel on Forest Service Road #119 may be limited through the end of May. Please call (406) 547-3361 or (406) 236-5511 to verify the road condition.