USDA Forest Service
Mystic Lake Cabin was built in 1930 and is currently open year-round. It provides access to a variety of recreational activities, including fishing, hunting and exploration of numerous trails. The cabin is located in a non-motorized area. Guests must be prepared to hike, horseback ride…
- Drive-InPark next to your site
- Walk-InPark in a lot, walk to your site.
- Hike-InBackcountry sites.
- Firewood Available
This is s hike in only spot but totally worth it! The cabin is great and lots of room outside to set up tents. Has firewood and an out house. The lake it beautiful and lots of wild life!
Mystic Lake Cabin is located in Montana
There is no motorized access to this cabin. 1\. Sourdough Canyon Trailhead: From Bozeman, MT. Drive south on S. 19th Ave. for 5.1 miles to Nash Rd. Turn left (east) onto Nash Rd. Drive 1.7 miles to Sourdough Canyon Road, turn right (south), and drive for 0.9 miles to the Sourdough Canyon Trailhead. From the Sourdough Canyon Trailhead travel south on Trail 454, at mile 5 just before the bridge you have two options: 1\. Before the bridge turn left onto the Mystic Lake Trail 457. Follow this single track trail approximately 2.8 miles to Mystic Lake. Cross the outlet of the lake to find the cabin up the hill on the south end of the lake. 2\. Cross the bridge and go left at the junction to stay on Trail 454. Travel this old roadbed for another 5 miles to the cabin. This is the recommended winter route. ROAD CLOSURE INFORMATION: (Please refer to the Motor Vehicle Use Map ) Sourdough Canyon/Bozeman Creek Trail 454 and Trail 457 are closed to all motorized use. In the winter, Trail 454 is a groomed cross-country ski trail and is closed to all bicycles and wheeled vehicles.