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Recent Red Lodge property reviews

  • 10th Anniversary Getaway

    "We stayed here for our weekend getaway. ..... The first one we've had since our kids came along. This was a perfect setting. Quiet, comfortable, relaxing, and very welcoming. The grill and the hot tub both worked great, and it was fun to be able to walk anywhere in town. We would love to make this a yearly stop!"
    Guest: scwiles Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: May 13, 2014
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  • a great stay!

    "The house is charming, with some lovely artwork on the wall, lots of room and very comfortable. The beds were good, the kitchen well supplied, the place was very clean and the host most accomodating. The neighborhood is quiet, despite being only two blocks from the main street. An occasional moose or deer have been known to walk by, (but rarely). The town is full of unusual shops, eateries of a wide range, and one good grocery store. No fast food joints, big car dealerships, or strip malls. It's a remarkable little town. Next time we are in Red Lodge, this is the place we will stay."
    Guest: alice Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 17, 2014
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  • Yellowstone Trip

    "We LOVE this house! The location just on the edge of Red Lodge, MT was just perfect. We could walk to town, but did not have the noise from the main street. It was fully equipped - obviously a home well loved. The maps and books on fishing and hiking came in handy. We spent three days in Yellowstone and two in Red Lodge. The hot tub was wonderful! We would rent this Beautiful Home over and over again!"
    Guest: Yellowstone Bound Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 7, 2014
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  • Christmas retreat for Ruffatto family

    "We try to stay at the cabin one weekend before Christmas each year. My grown children consider it a second home. There is lots of room and a fantastic kitchen . The kids love playing pingpong and football. This year it was cold enough to go ice skating. Skates are provided. We hope to return next year."
    Guest: Nan R. Date of Stay: December 2013 Review Submitted: December 26, 2013
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Red Lodge Travel Tips

Red Lodge Vacation Rentals Are Popular All Year-Round

Carbon County, Montana is home to the city of Red Lodge. Accessible by Interstate 90, State Highways 212 and 310 or from Billings International Airport, the area attracts vacationers all year-round for its outdoor life. The area is known for its summer and winter outdoor sports. Red Lodge lodging is ideally placed for visiting Gallatin National Forest and Yellowstone National Park.

Red Lodge Cabins Are Where Visitors Wonder Where to Start

There is so much to do within a short distance of Red Lodge vacation rentals that visitors will find the hardest decision will be where to start. To explore the town itself, visitors are recommended to take a leisurely stroll through local sites such as the old jail, now the Municipal Pool, where the only official hanging took place. Make your way through "Old Town," the center of town life in the 1800s. At 317 S. Broadway, you'll find the home of an infamous local bootlegger. At 1 North Broadway is on the National Historic Register as the site of the town’s first bank. The Pollard on Broadway was a hotel that boasts such historical figures as Calamity Jane and Buffalo Bill among its guests.

Many visitors will go to the Beartooth Highway for a scenic drive. The road takes visitors up to almost 11,000 feet above sea level to take in some of the most spectacular views, from the pine forests to remote alpine tundra. Along the route, watch for the local residents which include both black and grizzly bears, bobcats, deer, elk, moose, and mountain lions. At the summit, visitors are rewarded with glacial cirques and mirrored clear mountain lakes.

On the edge of Yellowstone National Park is the Chief Joseph Scenic Highway. The highway stretches from Cody WY to Crandall WY and is approximately 65 miles. Ideally, start your drive with a visit to Cody, WY with some whitewater rafting. You can also visit a rodeo or enjoy some fly fishing. At Dot Flats cattle ranch, look out for wildlife such as mule deer and elk. Along the road is Dead Indian Summit Overlook for stunning views of the Absaroka Mountains and Sunlight Basin. At Sunlight Creek Bridge, visitors will drive over the highest bridge in Wyoming and then on to Cathedral Cliffs. Here, stop to enjoy incredible views of the cliffs as well as Table Mountain and Beartooth Butte before ending in Crandall.

Red Lodge Is Perfect to Visit Yellowstone National Park

Of course, no visitors will want to miss the incredible sights and outdoor activities of Yellowstone National Park, famous for its hot springs and world-famous geysers, like Old Faithful. Here, visitors may enjoy activities such as hiking, biking, horseback riding, climbing, whitewater rafting, wildlife watching, fishing and hunting. In winter, the park is a haven for skiing, snowboarding and snowmobiling.

There are a variety of towns to explore while staying at Red Lodge cabins. The former mining town of Beercreek is working hard to preserve its heritage, saving the former bank building dating from the early 1900s and the town cemetery. Nearby is the site of the Smith Mine Disaster of 1943 where the abandoned mine remains close to the highway as a memorial to those who died under the rolling sage covered hills. Near Fromberg, visit the Wahkpa Chu’gn Archaeological Site for a tour of the old buffalo jumps. There are a variety of museums around the area such as the American Computer Museum, Beaverhead County Museum, Big Horn County Historical Museum, Big Sandy Historical Museum, the Blaine County Museum Carbon Country Museum, Castle Museum and the Children’s Museum of Bozeman, among the many cultural trips available.

Red Lodge Lodging Options

Whichever property you choose, your Red Lodge lodging is as beautiful as the region it is located in. Homes are available in the center of town or in more rural settings. Each home is well equipped with everything needed to make a home in your choice of rental property. Many come with luxurious extras such as hot tubs, wifi internet access, and plenty to keep the children occupied with games and full entertainment systems.

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