Ever wish you had a cozy little cabin in the woods? Now you can rent one from the Forest Service for as little as $60 a night. This one is miles up Rock Creek, and is the perfect place to use as a home base for outdoor activities in the area.
Morgan-Case Homestead is a rustic log cabin situated on approximately 320 acres along Rock Creek. The cabin is listed on the National Register of Historic Places for its significance relating to early homesteading and ranching in Granite County and western Montana. It was an active work site from 1890 to 1951.
In addition to being a great home base for big game hunters, the cabin provides access to a variety of recreational opportunities, including blue-ribbon trout fishing and trails that are open to hiking and horseback riding, as well as cross country skiing and snowshoeing.
This property is two bedrooms and can sleep up to 5 people and was renovated in 2001. Reservations can be reserved on the government website recreation.gov by clicking here.