May Creek Cabin

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May Creek Cabin

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 The cabin was built in the 1920s to provide field quarters for trail crews, smoke chasers, timber cruisers, and grazing inspectors. The area is an elk calving area; this affects the open dates. $25/night fee.

There is no water available.  Guests must bring their own.

There is no propane provided.  Please bring your own small canister propane.

There is no garbage service at this cabin.  Please pack out what you pack in. 

There is no water or electricity at this cabin. 

• There is no garbage service so please bring garbage bags and pack out what you  pack in. 

• Firewood is provided. 

• Propane is NOT provided. Visitors must bring their own small canisters. 

• There is no cell phone coverage in the area. 

There is no water or electricity at this cabin.

There is no garbage service so please bring garbage bags and pack out what you pack in.

Firewood is provided.

Propane is NOT provided. Visitors must bring their own small canisters.

There is no cell phone coverage in the area.

Safety Note: Potential exposure to hantavirus due to mice. Exposure to rodent poison present in cabin is hazardous to children and pets.

Directions:

This cabin is located 18 miles west of Wisdom, Montana.  Take Highway 43 west from Wisdom for approximately 16 miles to the May Creek Campground. There are two separate access routes from this point depending on conditions.

Winter Access 

The Montana Department of Transportation provides a small, plowed parking area at the entrance of the campground. Follow the campground road (marked with blue diamonds) to the fence at the south end of the campground. From the fence, head south and follow the blue-diamond-marked trail across the small bridge to the west side of May Creek, and follow the creek south. About 1/4 mile past the bridge the May Creek Trail intersects with the May Creek Ridge trail. Stay on the May Creek trail, and follow May Creek south for about 2 miles.

Summer Access

Follow the campground road to the fence at the south end of the campground. From the fence, head south and follow the May Creek trail #103 across the small bridge to the west side of May Creek, and follow the creek south. About 1/4 of a mile past the bridge the May Creek trail intersects with the May Creek Ridge trail. Stay on the May Creek trail and follow May Creek south for about 2 miles.

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