The Rooms

Our newly renovated western-style Lodge easily accommodates 14 people* and offers five uniquely designed rooms that reflect our ranching heritage and the rich history of our area. Each room is spacious and tastefully decorated with its own private bathroom.

*Additional guests can be accommodated at our restored, turn-of-the-century Old Ranch House, or two queen-size inflatable mattresses and two twin memory foam cots are also available on site.

 

THE MISSION CREEK MASTER SUITE – The only room on the west side of the Lodge for maximum privacy. Overlooks the Mission Creek, private entrance to the porch, king size bed, and large master bathroom, which includes a stand-alone shower, vanity with 2 sinks, Jacuzzi tub, and walk-in closet. See photos…

 

THE YELLOWSTONE ROOM – Honors the many world-famous trout fisheries nearby and the fisherman who are drawn to them. Twin beds, private bath, and views of Sheep Mountain. See photos…

 

THE W QUARTER CIRCLE ROOM – Bears the Ranch’s own W Quarter Circle brand, which is used on our stock at the Mission Ranch. The western motif honors the pioneer spirit of our grandfather, Almon Walborn, who purchased the ranch in 1948.  Queen bed, private bath, and views of the Absaroka Mountains. See photos…

 

THE FORT PARKER ROOM – Decorated in a Native American theme to honor the Crow Indians who used to live here. Fort Parker, the first Crow Indian Agency, resided on our land from 1869 to 1875. Queen bed, small private bath, and views of the cottonwood trees along Mission Creek. See photos…

 

THE LEWIS AND CLARK SUITE – This large suite honors the undaunted explorers who traveled through Montana two centuries ago. According to local legend, Capt. Clark camped near our Yellowstone River bottoms on his return trip to the East, where he allegedly carved canoes out of several of our cottonwood trees. Very spacious with a queen bed, two twins, pull-out sofa, trundle bed, and a seating area with a flat screen TV and satellite on demand. Incredible views of the Absaroka Mountains. See photos…

 

THE OLD RANCH HOUSE – Built in the late 1890’s, the Old Ranch House has three small upstairs bedrooms and one open downstairs bedroom. It includes a kitchen and one large bathroom, which were additions to the original structure. Read more…

 

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