Bull Lake Hideaway certainly lives up to it's name!
Nestled among lush Cedars and Pines on the quiet shores of Bull Lake with amazing views of the Cabinet Mountain Wilderness, you'll find this newly renovated cozy cottage. There is 1 bedroom with a queen sized bed on the main floor and 2 twin beds upstairs in the loft. The kitchen and bath are beautifully tiled and the livingroom, dining area and both bedrooms are freshly carpeted. The new futon in the livingroom easily opens up into a full-sized bed for additional sleeping. The cottage comfortably sleeps 6 people in total. There's a gas grill under the covered patio for your enjoyment - come rain or shine! Right outside near the banks of the lake is a large stone fire pit for evening roasting and sing alongs.
The Troy, Montana area is a true recreational paradise. Hiking, cycling, swimming, fishing, hunting, canoeing, kayaking, power boating is Montana at it's best, something for everyone. Boat ramps are located just a few miles away at Bad Medicine Campground and Dorr Skeels Campground. If your interest tends toward fishing...Bass, Sunfish, Perch, Cutthroat Trout. and Kokanee Salmon are plentiful in Bull Lake. It's also home of the Dolly Vardon (Bull Trout) which can be as large as 20 lbs. If relaxation is what you're looking for ... bring your boat and cruise down the 4.5 miles of calm waters. In July and August the water temperature rises to between 70 and 75 degrees, so don't forget all of your water toys.
Easy hiking is great for kids and seniors at Ross Creek Cedar Groves which is only a 4 mile drive away. The 100 acres of western red cedars is considered one of the 'eight must- see attractions' in Lincoln County. These cedars grow up to 12 feet in diameter and 175 feet tall. Some are as much as 500 years old. For a short hike visit the Kootenai Falls and Swinging Bridge. The Kootenai River enters the canyon and flows over Kootenai Falls, one of the largest free-flowing waterfalls in the northwest. Tons of bright green water crash over rocks as the Kootenai River loses 300 feet in elevation, while traveling less then a mile down river. This scenic attraction is not to be missed!
If you're looking for that special spot to hunt year after year... look no further. Here you'll have a lifetime experience hunting White Tail Deer, Mule Deer. Elk, Moose, Black Bear and much more. This area offers some of the finest hunting you will ever find.
With many miles of unplowed roads the Kootenai Forest offers the snowmobiler the ingredients for memorable outings. Cross-country skiing is also, fabulous with many great trails available in the area. Turner Mountain Ski area is operated by Kootenai Winter Sports, a volunteer organization that is dedicated to maintaining an affordable family skiing and snowboarding area. Ice fishing is another popular winter activity in the area.
All year long this rustic cottage is open for your enjoyment... why not reserve a few days or a week now for your favorite season.