Dry Wolf Creek
Dry Wolf Creek is a tributary of the Judith River, approximately 40 mi (65 km) long, in central Montana in the United States.
It rises in the Lewis and Clark National Forest , near Big Baldy in the Little Belt Mountains , in western Judith Basin County. It flows northwest, past Stanford and Denton, then NNE to join the Judith in the White Cliffs Area in northern Fergus County.
Dry Wolf Campground:From Stanford, take US Highway 87 north 1.2 miles to Forest Access sign. Turn left at sign and go 4.3 miles to Y intersection. Bear right at intersection and go 15.7 miles to campground sign. Turn right into campground. All but the first mile is gravel and dirt and last 8 miles is single-lane.
Dry Wolf Campground is located along Dry Wolf Creek among meadows, spruce and fir trees at an elevation of 5900 feet. There are 25 campsites in this is scenic and tranquil campground. It was a Kiwanis Club project in 1930, and in 1937 it was improved by the WPA. The campground reflects all these influences plus improvements made by the Forest Service during the 1960s. The Bandbox Mountain surrounds the campground where marine fossils can be found. Fee charge of $5 per day per site. Limit of 10 people per site. Please limit your stay to 16 days. Group camping is available by calling the District office for reservations.
Game Fish Opportunities:
Brook Trout, Rainbow Trout, Westslope Cutthroat Trout.
Rocky shoreline, riffles, pocket water, undercut banks.