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Bull River Guard Station

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Bull River Guard Station
Cabinet Ranger District 2693 Mt Hwy. 200
Trout Creek, MT 59874-9503

Phone 1:
406-827-3533
Basics
Number of Sites:
1

Amenities

Special Features
  • Fishing

Details

Season
Open year round.
Location
Getting There:
GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude):
48.10972, -115.78139
48°6'35"N, 115°46'53"W

From US Highway 2 (to the north) or State Highway 200 (to the south), travel on State Highway 56 to the East Fork Bull River Road #407 at approximately the 8 mile marker. Take Road #407 for about 1.5 miles and turn right on Road #2701. The cabin is approximately.5 miles past the junction of #407 and #2701. Directional signs are present.

Basic Info
Total Sites:
1
The Bull River is 24.7 miles long from its headwaters to where it meets the Cabinet Gorge Reservoir. Fish species include westslope cutthroat trout, large scale sucker and mountain whitefish. Visit the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks website for fishing regulations and hunting seasons and permits.

Hikers might be interested in two excellent day hiking options located near the guard station: the Pilick Ridge Trail #1036 and the Berray Mountain Trail #967. Both lead to lookouts with impressive views of the Cabinet Mountains. The Berray Mountain Lookout tower, built in the 1930's, is listed on the National Historic Lookout Register.

For those interested in horseback riding, there is plenty of opportunity to explore the surrounding land. Stock animals are not allowed in the cabin area, but visitors may tie up across the road or 50 yards behind the station. As always, certified weed free hay is required on all Forest Service lands.

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