Twin Lakes Cabin was built in the 1920s to provide housing for fire fighters and forest service personnel who worked in the Beaverhead Mountains area of Montana. The two lakes stretch out to 75 acres and sit at an elevation of 7,200 feet in a heavily wooded area at the base of Squaw and Jumbo peaks in the Beaverhead Mountains. These mountains are a subrange of the Bitterroot Range that divides Montana and the neighboring state of Idaho.
Twin Lakes Cabin is available for rent year round from the US Forest Service. There is no electricity or running water and a wood-burning stove is the only source of heat. The bad news is that it's located in the middle of Twin Lakes Campground, so there isn't much privacy during the summer months.
Photographs of Twin Lakes Cabin can be viewed at: flickr.com/photos/musguy/sets/72157646662100401/