Lodges and Resorts in Montana

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If travelers are looking for a great place to spend their family vacation or go for a romantic getaway, then Montana is the place to go. There are many resorts and lodges located in this beautiful state. Visitors can find one that is family- and budget-friendly to the most luxurious accommodations.

Beautiful Rocky Mountains

Beautiful Rocky Mountains

Big Sky Resort

Big Sky Resort in Montana has everything guests are looking for, from budget accommodations to the luxurious. Open year-long, guests can enjoy fly fishing, hiking, whitewater rafting and of course some of the most fabulous skiing in the country. This resort is completely kid-friendly and offers times when kids can ski for free.

Big Sky Resort

1 Lone Mountain Trail

Big Sky, MT 59716

(800) 548-4486


Double Arrow Resort

Double Arrow Resort is a welcoming Western getaway for families. Its location in the heart of Seeley Swan Valley allows guests to enjoy all four seasons at this resort. Golf, fly fishing, whitewater rafting and cross country skiing are just a few of the activities to be enjoyed here. The resort provides guest rooms, lodges and log cabins, all with beautiful views due to its location between Glacier National Park and Yellowstone National Park off Highway 83.

Double Arrow Resort

P.O. Box 747

Seeley Lake, MT 59868

(406) 677-2777


The Lodge at Whitefish Lake

The Lodge at Whitefish Lake will remind guests of times long ago, but with all the modern conveniences. It is surrounded by breathtaking mountains and Whitefish Lake. This resort is a full-service resort that offers the best in rooms that include a fireplace, excellent service and fine dining. There is much to do here with the lodge only minutes from shopping, skiing and fly fishing. Call for reservations and special packages.

The Lodge at Whitefish Lake

1380 Wisconsin Ave.

Whitefish, MT 59937


After attending the University of Missouri St. Louis, Stephanie Rempe worked as a documentation manager in the finance industry 10 years before turning to her first love, writing, which she’s been doing professionally since 2008. She currently divides her time between Missouri and her fiance’s hometown in Oregon. In addition to her freelance writing, Rempe is working on a romance novel and short stories.


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