The Lodge at Eagle Rock
The Lodge at Eagle Rock is an impressive, newly renovated, 8,000 square-foot historic inn combining a magnificent setting, rustic elegance, and high-end amenities. The Lodge was designed using local, antique, and natural materials to provide a sense of history and harmony with the area. From the 100-year-old barn wood floors to the hammered copper back-splash behind the bar, to the river-rock fireplace in the Great Room, the Lodge feels like Montana. It is an ideal destination for large groups seeking a private lodge experience. Every room features two full beds, travertine-tiled bathrooms, flat-screen televisions, and wireless internet. The Lodge offers a full bar that is the perfect place to relax after a long day of fishing. After dinner, you can also relax in front of the river-rock fireplace or take advantage of the Lodge’s small business center with computers, satellite internet, printers, scanners, and fax.
Food and Beverages
The Lodge at Eagle Rock prepares the finest in Montana cuisine with mostly locally-raised meats and vegetables. The Lodge has a full kitchen and dining room where you will enjoy a cooked-to-order breakfast each morning. Streamside lunches include creative sandwiches, homemade pastries, fresh fruit, salads, and more. For dinner, the Lodge offers four-course gourmet fare from a classically trained chef.
Non-Angling Activities and Options
The Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail Interpretive Center in Great Falls provides an ideal view of terrain similar to what the Corps of Discovery encountered along their portage of the Great Falls of the Missouri River. You can also visit the Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art in Great Falls. This beautiful building with its ornate interior was originally built in 1895 and is designated as a National Historic Landmark. Great Falls was also the home of the famed cowboy artist Charlie Russell, whose original home and log studio are now part of the C.M. Russell Museum, one of our nation’s greatest collections of Western art.
Internet / Communications
There is Wi-Fi access at the lodge. Cell phones work in the area, but reception may be a little spotty near the lodge depending on your provider.