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The Owl Creek Corral is located at the Owl Creek Packer Camp Trailhead. It is available to reserve for up to seven days. The maximum capacity is 12 head of stock. Metal hay bunks are provided as well as a metal water trough.


Facilities

The main corral is 65 ft. x 65 ft. It is a 5-railed, steel pipe corral with metal hay bunks as well as a metal water trough. There is a smaller area located behind the main corral measuring 42 ft. x 20 ft. where you could separate stock or keep hay.

Nearby attractions

A general store is located about 20 minutes away (9 miles), in the town of Condon.

Natural feaures

The corral is located in the Swan Valley, just south of Holland Lake at an elevation of 4,200 feet. The corral backs up to a stand of mixed conifers, including lodgepole pine and Douglas fir trees.

Recreation

Visitors to the area enjoy hiking and horseback riding on a variety of trails, some of which lead into the Bob Marshall Wilderness Area. The corral is approximately a half-mile from Holland Lake, which offers swimming, boating, and fishing opportunities.


Driving directions to Owl Creek Corral

Owl Creek Corral is located at the Owl Creek Packer Camp, about 4 miles off Montana State Highway 83 in the Swan Valley. From Highway 83 turn east onto Holland Lake Road #44 near mile marker 35. After 2.5 miles, turn right on Owl Loop Road #9558. Go about 0.5 miles and turn right on Road #10121 to Owl Creek Packer Camp. The camp entrance is located on the right. Turn here and continue straight through the camp, turn left at the end and drive past the corrals. The corral for rent is the last corral near the end of this loop on the right.

Location and contact info

Forbidde Lane, MT 59826

For campground inquires, please call:406-837-7500

Owl Creek Corral details

  • Checkin time: 2:00 PM
  • Checkout time: 12:00 PM
  • Pets allowed
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