The Gallatin National Forest is located in the south central part of Montana.
Where is this Forest?

 

Recreation Passes & Permits

Reservable Cabins on the Custer Gallatin National Forest

Several Forest Service cabins are available to rent on a nightly basis.  Cabins prices and amenities vary.  A quiet weekend away or an adventure with the family is sure to please. Star Trails from Poker Jim Lookout

Ashland Ranger District:

  • Diamond Butte Lookout
  • Whitetail Cabin

Beartooth Ranger District:

  • Myers Creek Cabin (online reservations May 15 - Aug 1) reservations may be available after August 1st depending on yearly fire seasons.  Please call Beartooth Ranger District for further information.

Bozeman Ranger District:

  • Mystic Lake Cabin           Trail Creek Cabin
  • Little Bear Cabin              Fox Creek Cabin
  • Maxey Cabin                    Window Rock Cabin
  • Battle Ridge Cabin           Garnet Mountain Fire Lookout
  • Spanish Creek Cabin        Windy Pass Cabin
  • Yellow Mule Cabin                                                                                 

                                                                           To Reserve Visit:

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Hebgen Lake Ranger District:

  • Wapiti Cabin                  
  • Beaver Creek Cabin
  • Cabin Creek Cabin          
  • Basin Station Cabin

Yellowstone Ranger District:

  • Big Creek Cabin               Mill Creek Cabin
  • West Boulder Cabin         Ibex Cabin
  • Porcupine Cabin               Crandall Creek Cabin
  • Deer Creek Cabin             West Bridger Cabin

 

Picture of three of the Interagecny Pass that can be purchasedInteragency Annual Pass

Covers entrance to National Park sites and Fish and Wildlife Service Refuges that charge an entrance fee. Covers use of Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, and Bureau of Reclamation sites that charge a standard amenity fee.
Admits the pass holder and any accompanying passengers in a private vehicle. In individual locations where a per person fee is charged, the pass admits the pass holder and up to 3 persons.
 

Price: $80

Restrictions: Valid for 12 months from month of purchase. Expires last day of the month punched.
 

Interagency Senior Pass

Covers entrance to National Park sites, and Fish and Wildlife Service Refuges that charge an entrance fee. Covers use of Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, and Bureau of Reclamation sites that charge a standard amenity fee.
Admits the pass holder and any accompanying passengers in a private vehicle. In individual locations where a per person fee is charged, the pass admits the pass holder and up to 3 persons.
The pass may provide a discount on some expanded amenity fees such as camping.
Valid for pass holder’s lifetime
 

Price: $10

Restrictions: Available to U.S. Citizens or permanent residents of the U.S. that are 62 years of age or older. The Interagency Senior Pass may only be purchased in person at any district office or supervisor’s office with proof of age and residency.
 

Interagency Access Pass

Covers entrance to National Park sites, and Fish and Wildlife Service Refuges that charge an entrance fee. Covers use of Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, and Bureau of Reclamation sites that charge a standard amenity fee.
Admits the pass holder and any accompanying passengers in a private vehicle. In individual locations where a per person fee is charged, the pass admits the pass holder and up to 3 persons.
The pass may provide a discount on some expanded amenity fees such as camping.
Valid for pass holder’s lifetime
 

Price: Free

Restrictions: The pass may be issued to U.S. Citizens or permanent residents of the U.S., regardless of age, that have been medically determined to have a permanent disability that severely limits one or more major life activities. Obtain in person at a district office with documentation of disability and residency.
You may call the district office before visiting to make sure you have the required documentation.