Cabin City Campground
This cool and shady campground is fairly remote and offers relaxing campground features such as fishing, beaver dam viewing, a self-guided nature trail and interpretive signs. Download our brochure for the self-guided nature trail.
At a Glance
|Current Conditions:||Opens May 24, 2023.
The campground is first come, first served. No reservations are taken.
|Reservations:||Reservation is required to camp in both A and B Loops, even numbered sites only. All other sites are first come/first served.|
|Fees:||$15 per night. $5 fee for each additional vehicle after two vehicles.|
|Open Season:||Memorial Day - Labor Day|
|Restrictions:||Bear Safety and Food Storage Requirements Information|
|Closest Towns:||St. Regis, Montana|
|Water:||Drinking water available|
|Information Center:||Superior Ranger District, 406-822-4233|
From Interstate 90, take the Henderson Exit #22. Travel north for 2.5 miles on the Camel's Hump Road #2148. Turn left at the Twelvemile Creek Road #353 (Cabin City Campground sign) and travel for 1/4 mile. The entrance to the campground will be on the left.
There are two loops within the paved campground. Each loop has 12 campsites for a total of 24 campsites. A picnic table and fire ring are available at each campsite. Trash service is available onsite. The campground is approximately 3 miles from Interstate 90 from the Henderson Exit #22. Cell reception is very limited. There is a Campground Host onsite for additional information. Gas and groceries are within 10 miles of the campground located in St. Regis, Montana. Maximum size RV’s permitted is 35 feet (in some sites only).
Map showing recreational areas. Map Information
Campground CampingShady and relaxing, this campground has that "off-the-beaten-path" feeling.
|No. of Sites||24|
|No. of Accessible sites|
River and Stream FishingTwelvemile Creek is close to the campground. St. Regis River is also close - same fish, bigger water.
|Fish Species||brook trout, rainbow trout, westslope cutthroat trout, brown trout|
Learn about the forest and its local history from the interpretive signs and the nature trail. Brochure