Forest Service Adds Hungry Horse Reservoir Cabin to Rental Program

The 1,400-square-foot cabin is located 22 miles south of Hungry Horse Dam

By Beacon STaff

The Hungry Horse Ranger District has made the Anna Creek Cabin available to rent by the public. This cabin is the only rental cabin in the Hungry Horse Reservoir area and provides a new base for multiple recreational opportunities. The Anna Creek Cabin rental season is June 1 through Oct. 31.

The 1,400-square-foot cabin is located 22 miles south of Hungry Horse Dam on the west-side Hungry Reservoir Road #895. The Anna Creek Cabin is available to rent for $75 per night and provides accommodations for 12 people, with a maximum group size of 15. The cabin has a propane heater, stove, refrigerator, and lights; as well as basic dishes, utensils and cooking pots and pans, and a vault toilet. Visitors need to bring their own bedding, water, and basic camping gear.

The Forest Service built the cabin in 1953 as part of the Anna Creek Work Center and used the cabin for administrative purposes until the 1990s. The Forest Service restored the cabin and updated the facilities to make it available to the public.

The Anna Creek Cabin joins 14 other wilderness cabins and fire lookouts for rent on the Flathead National Forest. Nine sites are in the Hungry Horse and Glacier View ranger districts, while others, like the historic Wurtz Cabin, are in the North Fork Flathead River drainage, a wild expanse stretching north of Columbia Falls to the Canadian border along the western edge of Glacier National Park.

For more information or to reserve Anna Creek Cabin visit www.recreation.gov.

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