Cabin and Lookout Rentals on the Lewis and Clark National Forest
Are you ready for an adventure?
No matter the season, or where you wish to explore, you can find a rental cabin on the Lewis and Clark National Forest, which offers nine cabins across five Ranger Districts and three mountain ranges - the Rocky Mountains, the Little Belts, and the Big Snowy Mountains. All rentals must be reserved through Recreation.gov, and are available on a first come-first serve basis. Rentals range from the rustic Kenck Cabin, a 45-minute walk from a trailhead to the fully renovated Judith Guard Station, which features a piano and propane heat, or to Monument Peak Lookout, on a high summit over the Tenderfoot valley. Most of the rental cabins on the Forest are historic (over 50-years old), and represent the past of Forest Service administration and recreation cabins. Several, including Kings Hill, Judith Station, Kenck Cabin, and Monument Peak have had significant restoration and renovation in the recent past. Please enjoy your time on the Forest and leave the cabins clean and ready for the next visitors!
Our Rental Cabins and Lookouts (Scroll down for descriptions)