Whitetail Cabin

Whitetail Cabin

Ashland, Southeast Montana

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Whitetail Cabin is a registered historic site and was once used as a ranger station for the Whitetail Reserve in the early 1900s.

The cabin sleeps 4 and is furnished with a table, 4 chairs, and 2 bunk beds with mattresses.

Electric cookstove, and refrigerator, wood stove for heat, and a few cooking and eating utensils are provided.

No garbage service - pack it in, pack it out.

 $25/night  Maximum stay is 4 nights 

The Forest Service does not provide cleaning services or garbage removal for this cabin. Cleaning and trash removal are each renters' responsibility and your efforts are appreciated in keeping the cabin clean for the next user.

There is also a wood-burning stove and the Forest Service provides a limited supply of wood. Please let us know via the condition report when the wood supply is getting low. 

There is a round pen corral facility, two hitching rails, and approximately 5 acres of fenced area to contain packing and riding livestock.

Supplemental packing and riding livestock feed must be certified weed-free.  Stock water available for use by livestock consumption only.

Directions: From Ashland, MT travel 5 miles east on US 212. Turn left on East Fork Otter Creek Road and go 12 miles northeast. Turn right on Forest Road 4777 and then right on Forest Road 4466. Whitetail Cabin is at the end of the road.


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