Trail Creek Cabin
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The Trail Creek Cabin is situated along the trail system between Bozeman and Livingston Ranger Districts at an elevation of 6,200 feet. The cabin has a wood stove, propane lantern (renters should bring their own propane canister) and no drinking water. The cabin has bunk beds with mattresses to accommodate up to four people. A wood stove is available to heat the cabin. Other amenities include a table with chairs, propane lantern, propane two-burner cookstove, (bring propane canisters), shovel, bucket, mop and broom.The cabin does not offer electricity or water. Guests must bring their own drinking WATER, food, cooking gear and propane canisters for the lantern and cookstove, as well as their own bedding, dishes, utensils, matches, newspaper, flashlights, garbage bags, extra toilet paper, a first aid kit and dish soap, among other necessities. The cabin will need to be cleaned and all trash removed prior to leaving.The cabin is stocked with firewood from OCTOBER THROUGH MAY for indoor fires only. An axe and splitting maul are provided. Please be conservative of the firewood as it is extremely difficult to replace. Gather firewood for outdoor fires from the forest nearby. Do not
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