Enjoy Montana’s Natural Wonders

For the nature lover the lodge is located perfectly.  Step out the door to go fishing for trout in the creek and nearby Boulder and Yellowstone rivers.  View  wildlife and watch birds visiting our feeders.

Don’t miss the breathtaking beauty of Natural Bridge State Park or the novelty of Prairie Dog Town State Park.  Also, Yellowstone National Park is only a few hours away.

Learn About Montana History

If you’re interested in learning about Montana history then you’ll want to pay a visit to the Crazy Mountain Museum.  The museum is open from Memorial Day through Labor Day.  Among its permanent displays are a model of Big Timber in 1907 and a one-room schoolhouse.  Also the nearby town of Melville features one of the earliest churches in Montana.


Have you ever looked the night sky away from light pollution? If not, you’re in for a treat! The Lodge is located in an area with little to no light pollution.

Horseback Riding, Fishing and More

Montana Fishing at Burnt Out Lodge in Big Timber, MT Fishing in Montana from the Burnt Out Lodge in Big Timber, MT
If you’re looking for more active entertainment there’s always rafting with local guides on the Yellowstone or Stillwater rivers.  Don’t forget about horseback riding with local ranchers, fishing and golfing.  There is also a sheep drive in Reed Point and local rodeos throughout the summer.

Be sure to visit the town of Big Timber.  It’s a great place to shop!  You can buy gifts for the folks at home, browse antique shops or buy hiking supplies.


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