~~Spring Creek Campground and Trout Ranch can accommodate any rig, and we try very hard to make sure your group will have a location that will accommodate everyone together.
With 65 sites, thirteen full hooks ups with 50 amp service, water and sewer - and twenty river sites with 50 amp or 30 amp service and water. Many of our sites are pull thru’s.
We also feature 4 log cabins located on the river that can accommodate 4 or 6 guests with fire rings and tables on the river bank. Bring your sheets or sleeping bags or we can provide them for a small fee.
There are 3 camping cabins, each have 2 cots and even have a light! These are cozy and simple. We have wireless internet service for our guests at no charge.
Our restrooms and showers are cleaned daily, private and free. We have 3 washing machines and 3 dryers for your laundry needs and a little library in the facility.
The Country Store was remodeled and we carry about anything you might have forgotten - including the best ice cream in Montana. There are souvenirs, shirts and hats, RV and camping supplies.
We also stock plenty of firewood for sale that you can purchase to stay warm by the fire in the evenings.
Extreme skiing and snowboarding in the heart of the wilderness
[Snowboarder] Skiing under the big sky in Montana offers some of the best runs around with impressive vertical drops and no lines.
You want remote? You want untouched? Imagine extreme skiing and snow boarding in the heart of the wilderness, surrounded by nothing but snow-capped peaks and pines. Then call us.
We'll take you on a 4-wheel drive through the beautiful Boulder Valley, along a narrow corridor that penetrates the Absaroka-Beartooth wilderness. At the end of the road, we'll trade in the 4-wheel drive for a Snowcat and head to the top of Independence Mountain (elevation 10,236 feet) or Baboon Mountain (elevation 10,236 feet).
From there, you and your guides are free to roam, with several pristine downhill routes to choose from. While you push the powder, the Snowcat heads back down the hill to pick you up at the bottom for another run.