Twogood Cabin


Twogood Cabin

Twogood Cabin is located 5 air miles southwest of Sula, MT. The log cabin measures 15’x19’ with a concrete floor and covered porch. There are 2 large bunk beds which can accommodate 8 people. Mattresses and bedding are not provided. There is a wood stove for heat which can also be used for slow cooking or warming and firewood is provided, along with basic pots, pans utensils, a cooler for cold storage, a table and 4 chairs, propane cook stove, and 2 lanterns. Please provide your own 1 quart propane bottles. Porcupine Creek runs within a few feet of the cabin and is the sole source of water. It is recommended that you boil or use a water purifier prior to drinking as there are beaver dams located upstream. An outdoor toilet serves the cabin however you need to bring your own toilet paper. Three hitchrails for stock are located within site of the cabin and will accommodate up to 12 head of stock.

At a Glance

Operational Hours: Twogood Cabin is available to rent during the month of December and from approximately the end of May thru October 15th.  Check-in is at 2:00 p.m. and check-out is at 12:00 p.m.
Reservations: Reserve by visiting or by calling Toll Free 1-877-444-6777.
Fees $30/Night. Call the Darby/Sula Ranger Station at (406) 821-3913 for the current combination for the lock on the door, a week in advance of your arrival.
Open Season: June 1 through October 15
Usage: Light
Restrictions: Grazing within one mile of the cabin is prohibited. Feed for stock must be certified weed free. ATV's are not allowed as they exceed the width of the trail.
Closest Towns: Sula, MT
Water: Bring your own or obtain from creek - must be treated, filtered or boiled to drink.
Restroom: Outhouse
Operated By: Forest Service

General Information


From Sula, MT head northwest 2.9 miles on Highway 93. Turn west (left) onto Medicine Springs Road (#370). Drive 4.5 miles to the Warm Springs Creek Trailhead. The hike from the trailhead is an easy six mile hike. The trail travels along Warm Springs Creek to Three Forks (where three creeks come together) then one mile up Porcupine Creek to the cabin. Trails that access the cabin are open to hiking, horseback riding, motorcycles, and mountain bikes (intermediate to advanced riders recommended).

General Notes:
General Notes:


Warm Springs Creek runs north from Three Forks for 10 miles to the East Fork of the Bitterroot River.  

Warm Springs Creek flows primarily through National Forest land.  The lower 1.25 miles flow through private property.  This creek averages 20 feet wide and 7 inches deep.  Fishing is rated as fair with catches of 7-10" cutthroat not uncommon.  

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