Rattin Campground

Campground at a Glance

 

What to do in the area:

The Campground:

The Details:

Elevation: 6,400 feet

Season: 2nd week in May - 4th week in September

# of Sites: 7

Hookups: None

Vault Toilets

 

Price: $15 per night; $8 per night for extra car

The Route:

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude):

  45.08306, -109.3

  45°4'59"N, 109°18'0"W

 

Rattin Campground is located 60 miles northeast of Cooke City, MT and the northeast  gate to Yellowstone National Park. It is 7 miles south of Red Lodge, MT.

 

From U.S. Highway 212 (7 miles south of Red Lodge), turn left at Rattin Campground  Road (Forest Road 379--formerly Eastside Road) and proceed 0.5 miles to the  campground entrance on the left. The access roads and unit spurs are paved. No large  trailers or RV’s are recommended, as there is no turn around.

Rattin Campground

This small, wooded campground lies alongside the main fork of Rock Creek and offers rainbow trout fishing. Lake fishing, as well as kayaking and canoeing, is available 8 miles away at 5 acre Greenough Lake. The Beartooth Wilderness can be accessed from nearby trail heads by hikers, and limited trails in the surrounding national forest for mountain bikers, and 4x4s. Corral Creek trail head is just across the road from the campground. A variety of wildlife, including grizzly bears, deer, eagles and elk, make their home in the surrounding area. The campground is situated along the Beartooth Highway, deemed by the late Charles Kuralt as “the most beautiful drive in America.”  This gateway to Yellowstone National Park is a scenic byway that crosses 10,900’+ Beartooth Pass on the Beartooth Plateau. Numerous lakes, alpine meadows and scenic vistas await the adventuresome with late spring skiing for the super-adventurous.

Contact GCC:
Recreation.gov