|Facilities: The Helena National Forest has several developed sites including family and group campgrounds. Most campgrounds are managed as fee sites open to the public from Memorial Day through mid-September.There are seven administrative cabins available for public use on the Helena National Forest. These rustic cabins, rented for a small fee, offer a unique opportunity for primitive lodging.|
Best Time To Visit: The Helena National Forest is open year-round but some activities are only available seasonally.
Fees: Fees are charged depending on the activity. For example, some campgrounds within the Helena National Forest charge a camping fee.
Accessibility: Portions of the forest are accessible.
Rules: Please obey any fire restrictions and posted signs. Pets need to be leashed while visiting developed areas of the Forest.
Directions: The Helena National Forest is best accessed through Helena, Montana.
Map: Click here for a map to Helena National Forest
Reservations: Reservations are not needed or required to visit the Helena National Forest. Some campgrounds may accept reservations.