Big Timber, Montana
The Fort is a Landmark of Big Timber Montana, and is where you can take care of just about any of your traveling needs while heading for Yellowstone National Park, Glacier National Park, or anywhere else in the great state of Montana! Whether it's fishing and hunting supplies or groceries, The Fort is your perfect stop. Gas up the car, get your licenses, stock up on ammo, lures, flies, maps, adult beverages, and snacks for the whole family. We're much more than a gas stop and convenience store. You'll also enjoy taking a stroll through our delightful gift shop on the upper level. You'll find special gifts, including Made in Montana Specialties, Made in Montana Gifts, and Made in Montana Souvenirs for yourself or someone back at home. Make The Fort a priority stop in Big Timber Montana during your Yellowstone Park or Glacier Park vacation. We're conveniently located just off Interstate I-90 (exit 370) on Highway 10 East., and open 7 days a week 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. We're at the east end of Highway 10 in Big Timber Montana. Phone 406-932-5992.
Spire Climbing Center
Do you like to rock climb? Would you like to learn how? Spire Climbing Center is Bozeman Montana's premier climbing facility, providing over 6,000 square feet of state-of-the-art roped climbing and an additional 2,200 square feet of bouldering. Opened in 2004, the Spire Climbing Center has been welcoming all interested participants ever since. Our building was constructed specifically for indoor climbing, and offers top roping and lead climbing to heights of 38 feet and bouldering up to 14 feet. Climbers of all ages, abilities and backgrounds will find a variety of new exciting routes and boulder challenges each week ranging from 5.5-5.14 and V0-V12. Spire Climbing Center is also a wonderful place to gather for social events. Our mezzanine is designed for group get-togethers and birthday parties, and is complete with chairs, tables and kitchenette. For those interested in training, we also offer free weights, a stationary bike, a large campus/system board, and a treadmill. If you need to hang out for awhile, take advantage of our wireless internet. The gym is open year round and offers an air conditioned climate during Bozeman's hot summer days. Let Spire Climbing Center help make your next group function a successful event. Offering a healthy alternative to the standard corporate event, scout activity, or school/youth group field trip, climbers are challenged to use their brain as well as their brawn to solve interesting problems, communicate effectively, and trust their fellow climbers. Spire Climbing Center is conveniently located about a mile and a half southwest of Montana State University in Bozeman Montana. Come join us at Spire Climbing Center- Bozeman Montana's premier climbing facility.
Buffalo Bill Historical Center
The Buffalo Bill Historical Center is one of America's great museums, and has been committed to the greatness of the American West since 1917. At the Buffalo Bill Historical Center, we've kept the American West alive for today's visitors and future visitors by providing five museums that showcase the finest exhibits of western artifacts, firearms, natural history of Yellowstone, western art and Native culture found anywhere in the country. Just as the legendary William F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody was best known for "taking the West to the world," we've taken on a similar challenge of bringing the West to you. Recently, the Buffalo Bill Historical Center has been honored with several awards and recognitions, such as the National Tour Association's 2012 Bronze Award for "favorite museum for groups", voted by the Park County Travel Council's 2011 visitor profile survey as "the best attraction in Cody", voted as second on the list of "The Top Ten Best Family Destinations For Learning Vacations" by GoNomad.com travel website, chosen as one of "2012 Ten Favorite Western Art Museums" by Cowgirl Magazine, and the National Medal for Museum and Library Service by the Institute of Museum and Library Service in 2008. The western town of Cody Wyoming has a population of over 10,000, and located in the heart of downtown Cody is the Buffalo Bill Historical Center. We're easy to find and have ample parking space, including a large parking lot for RVs of all sizes. We also provide visitors a cafe that offers a pleasant dining experience "on the deck" during the summer season, as well as a delightful coffee bar and a wonderful museum store that is loaded with unique "one-of-a-kind" gifts. Come celebrate the Spirit of the American West with us, and discover the Great American West of yesterday, today, and tomorrow. Plan your visit today and let us be part of your Yellowstone National Park Vacation....The Spirit of the West is calling!
Hot Springs, Montana
Alameda's Hot Springs Retreat
Alameda's Hot Springs Retreat
Alameda's Hot Springs Resort Welcomes you to a comfortable, vintage 1930's spa-motel located in a town that time forgot. A short drive off Interstate I-90 from St. Regis Montana, Alameda's is a great spot to unwind and slow down in the small Western Montana town of Hot Springs. Our beautiful suites have private hot mineral baths, living rooms, bedrooms, kitchens and a southern facing sun porch. Hot Springs Montana is home to many "primary springs"- in which the water escaping the spring has been heated far below the earth's surface by magma chambers. So on your way to and from Glacier National Park and Yellowstone National Park, We invite you to stay at the Alameda's and soak in the thermal mineral waters. You'll feel a special difference when stepping onto the Alameda's property- the calm and tranquil feeling of having found a truly relaxing retreat.
Norris Hot Springs
The Water of the Gods is at Norris Hot Springs, a Montana geothermal wonder. Travelers discover a unique place to relax, refresh and enjoy in every season. Located in the small community of Norris Montana, we're at the crossroads of some of the big sky's most scenic drives. West Yellowstone (West Entrance to Yellowstone National Park) to Helena, Butte to Bozeman, with the Lewis and Clark Caverns and the majestic Madison River minutes away. The Water of the Gods is a series of artesian springs, flowing at a constant 60 gallons per minute, at an average temperature is 120° Fahrenheit. The locally milled fir planks that create our unique 30 x 40 foot pool is built right over the source. To create the perfect soak, we use a simple system of sprayers to circulate the spring water, cooling the pool to a pleasant temperature; well under 100°F in summer or as warm as 106°F in winter. We determine the best temperature for the pool by considering air temperature, wind and humidity. The pool holds over 38,000 gallons of fresh, hot mineral water - no chemicals used. The pool is drained each night and allowed to refill with fresh hot water every morning. Each drop contains calcium, silica, and lithium among many other minerals. The sulfur content of our water is very low, there is no odor and it doesn’t tarnish silver. We also have a wonderful restaurant called the 50-Mile Grill. At Norris Hot Springs, we try to EAT LOCAL – our menu is locally sourced and organic, as much as possible. Most of the produce we offer is grown in our gardens & greenhouse or by small farmers nearby. We also have live music every Friday, Saturday and Sunday. You can soak in the Hot Springs and enjoy a live band at the same time! And the wildlife that lives in the area is wild. We regularly host sandhill cranes, deer, antelope, bald and golden eagles, redwing blackbirds, robins, magpies, lazuli buntings, western tanagers, goldfinch, chickadees, hummingbirds, sandhill cranes, harriers, & one cat named Olive Oyl. So come to Norris Hot Springs and sit, soak, listen to music, enjoy a great meal and watch the wildlife. Let the water of the gods soothe your body & spirit!
Quinn's Hot Springs Resort
Quinn's Hot Springs Resort
For more than a century, our scenic resort on Western Montana's Clark Fork River has provided our guests with relaxation and renewal through pleasure and healthy leisure. Our romantic resort is set in the mountainous Lolo National Forest just south of Paradise Montana. We are easily accessible via Interstate 90 at St. Regis (west of Missoula) or Route 200 on your way to and from Glacier National Park and Yellowstone National Park. Our new cabins and rooms are beautiful, fresh, well furnished and have comfortable long beds. All rooms have satellite TV, full bath, coffee pot, wireless internet, and are within walking distance of the mineral pools, restaurant, tavern and gift shop. Our hot mineral pools have healing powers, stimulate the senses and are fun for families, couples and friends.
Silver Gate, Montana (NE Entrance of Yellowstone Park)
Range Rider Lodge
Come visit one of the most historic and iconic lodges in the Yellowstone Park Area for your family reunions, large groups, workshops, wedding receptions, meetings and seminars! In 1936 the Beartooth Highway opened, and construction began in 1937 on the Range Rider Lodge. At one time this historic building was one of the largest free standing log structures in the nation! Located in the small, rustic, alpine town of Silver Gate just outside the Northeast Entrance of Yellowstone National Park, the lodge has been restored to it's orginal charm. The Range Rider Lodge is an icon of the Silver Gate - Cooke City Montana Area, as well as of the entire Yellowstone National Park community. Currently the lodge is available for large groups, family reunions, workshops, wedding receptions, meetings and seminars. The lodge has 20 separate rooms, a full kitchen, dining area that can serve 75 people, 3 communal bathrooms, fireplace, lounge and a bar. The town of Silver Gate Montana is ideally positioned as a gateway to both the famous Lamar Valley of Yellowstone National Park and the Absaroka Beartooth Wilderness Area. Situated at an elevation of 7,438 feet, Silver Gate Montana is nestled amidst the willow-banked Soda Butte Creek, a conifer forest and meadows carpeted with wildflowers. The forest climbs up from the valley floor to towering snow-covered mountain peaks some 3,500 feet above. Our Main Street (U.S. Hwy 212) doesn’t have a traffic light or corporate logos to spoil its 1/4 mile length. Silver Gate Montana is more than a town- it's a state of mind. It's a small, secluded, rustic alpine town that's a friendly laid back place where you can leave your worries behind, and the Range Rider Lodge is a big part of this special place!This rustic log building alone is a "must see" with its Western appeal and character. Built in the classic "parkitecture" style of Yellowstone National Park, it's truly a place to explore and enjoy. So come visit the historic Range Rider Lodge for a true Yellowstone Park Area experience!