Beaver Creek A-Frame


Beaver Creek A-Frame is located on the St. Joe Ranger District of the Idaho Panhandle National Forests in the heart of the Bitterroot Mountains. It is only a few miles from the St. Joe Wild and Scenic River and the historic Red Ives Ranger Station. The area is well known for its abundance of outdoor activities, such as site seeing, hiking, ATV/UTVing, fishing, and hunting. There is no cell service in the area.


ATVing, UTVing, hiking, hunting, fishing, berry picking, site seeing. 


Beaver Creek A-Frame is a rustic cabin. The cabin is furnished with only a picnic table and woodstove. It is 1900 sq. ft with an upstairs, 2 decks, and covered outside cooking area. There is a small creek in close proximity as well as a vault toilet. The cabin can fit eight people. 

Natural Features

Beaver Creek A-Frame is located on the Beaver Creek Drainage which is heavily forested, rugged, and remote.

Nearby Attractions

Historic Red Ives Ranger Station, St. Joe Wild and Scenic River, Mallard Larkins Pioneer Area, Snow Peak WMA. Closest towns with amenities are St. Regis, MT (approx 39 miles) and Avery, ID (approx 40 miles). There are also many miles of nonmotorized and motorized trails in the area. 

From St. Maries, ID – Highway 50 (St. Joe River Rd) east approx 76 miles to Red Ives Road 218 – approx 8 miles on 218 to Beaver Creek Road 303 – 3 miles to cabin