Dillon Montana Lodging
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Dillon Montana lodging providing a bed and breakfast in a cabin setting convenient to town and fly fishing waters.
Backcountry Angler can provide Dillon Montana bed and breakfast lodging for non-guided guests and travelers at our Fly Shop Inn with advance notice. The cabin can house up to 3 individuals in each private suite. Each suite has 2 bedrooms/sitting rooms, kitchen, private bath, air conditioning, gas fireplace, gas range, refrigerator, microwave, 2 queen beds, 1 twin bed, satellite TV, ceiling fans, wooden porch with sitting area, and native Douglas Fir log work.
PLEASE SEE BOOKING & CONTACT PAGE FOR RATES AND BOOKING INFORMATION OR CALL 406-683-3462
RATES ARE $75.00/NIGHT FOR ONE PERSON
$10 FOR ADDITIONAL PERSON
Dillon is the seat for Beaverhead county which is the largest county in land mass in Montana. The population is approximately 2 people per square mile. Located within walking distance to amenities it is also close to famous fly fishing waters. The Beaverhead river, Big Hole river, Madison river, Ruby river, Poindexter Slough spring creek, Jefferson river, mountain streams and lakes are all within striking distance of the Dillon Montana lodging. There are several museums within blocks of the cabin which give you a taste of our western heritage. Several ghost towns are within driving distance including the original Territorial Capital of Bannack which has been preserved in its original state. The town has a golf course and a newly built state of the art YMCA with a Olympic pool. The Lewis and Clark expedition passed thru the area twice. There are several Lewis and Clark sites nearby. Beaverhead country is known for its excellent waterfowl hunting and big game hunting especially duck hunting. Dillon is in a mile high desert valley with snow capped mountains surrounding the town. The fertile Beaverhead River provides water for not only Wild Trout and Fly Fishing enthusiasts but also for town folk, ranchers and farmers. The Pioneer Mountains are located to the west of Dillon. They are split in half, the east pioneers and the west pioneers by the Grasshopper creek to the south and the Wise River to the north. The spectacular Pioneer scenic byway runs up through the middle of the mountains. It is a drive that is a must do while in the area. There are incredible views and wildlife to see as well as great camping sites and wildflower areas. The Pioneer scenic Byway is nearby Dillon but is not frequently visited allowing the visitor to enjoy the solitude of the area. There is even a site for rockhounds to enjoy - Crystal Park - where the visitor is allowed to dig for crystals on their own. University of Montana Western is located three blocks south of our facility. The University offers paths on a tree filled campus to walk as well as cultural events and a wonderful museum that often has visiting exhibits. The University offers a small town events that would not be available to the citizens otherwise. Each summer there is a lunch or dinner in the park which is three blocks from the Lodging. There are always great groups that perform and entertain at no expense unless the visitor would like to contribute for expenses incurred. The performers vary from classical to country and western. There is always a good draw of folk artists on their way to or from the international folk festival in Butte, Mt. each year. If you are one that would like to enjoy cooler air during the summer months or the beauty of the wildlife and nature in the spring and fall in a solitary unspoiled area our Dillon Lodging can be your gateway. Dillon is considered by some as remote but you do not have to rough it unless you want to. In fact, there are several excellent restaurants within walking distance if a guest does not want to cook in the fully equipped kitchen in their accommodations.
Dillon Montana Lodging
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