The Flathead National Forest is located in the northwest corner of Montana.
Where is this Forest?




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In the heart of the Rocky Mountains, west of the continental divide and just south of the Canadian border, lies the 2.4 million acre Flathead National Forest. Home to lynx, grizzly bear, and bull trout; with numerous lakes, streams, and rivers to enjoy, the forest is the premiere destination for visitors looking to experience natural landscapes of the American West. Visit one of our three wilderness areas, such as the famous Bob Marshall Wilderness, for a rare glimpse at undeveloped areas with outstanding opportunities for solitude. Celebrated for its water, wildlife, and wilderness the Flathead National Forest has abundant recreation opportunities and outstanding natural resources. We invite you to experience your National Forest!

Chip Weber, FNF Forest Supervisor-- Chip Weber, Flathead National Forest Supervisor





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Anna Creek Cabin now in the Rental Cabin Program

Anna Cabin now in the cabin rental program.

The Hungry Horse Ranger District is excited to announce that the Anna Creek Cabin is available to rent by the public, starting Wednesday, August 17th. This cabin is the only rental cabin in the Hungry Horse Reservoir area and provides an excellent base for multiple recreational opportunities. The Anna Creek Cabin rental season is June 1st through October 31st. more>
Click here for updated 2016 Cabin Rental Information.



Forest Plan Revision

South Fork Flathead River - Spotted Bear

The Flathead National Forest is currently revising its Forest Plan. Find out more about the plan revision process and how you can be involved in planning the Forest’s future.  more>


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