The Dry Wolf Cabin is located in the Lewis and Clark National Forest. Campers can look forward to gorgeous terrain made up of enormous green mountains, deep valleys and acres of fir and pine trees. The rustic cabin is conveniently located along Dry Wolf Creek as well as several other creeks and rivers; so if you love water activities, you'll certainly want to stay at this cabin. Whitefish and trout fishing is common, as well as canoeing and white water rafting. Wanting to explore the forestry? Hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding are popular at the dry Wolf Cabin, as is snow shoeing, sledding and skiing during the winter months. If you can do it outdoors, you can do it at this campsite.
Amenities at the cabin include: beds, firewood, cooking equipment, stove, tables and chairs, propane lights, picnic areas and a toilet. Hope you choose this rustic camping spot for your next vacation!
Fire Ring / Grill