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On our way to Yellowstone, Red Lodge seemed a very convenient place to stay. After reading the reviews, Rocky Fork seemed like it should be OK. It was way more than OK. It is a 6 bedroom lodge, built to be a B&B with all...More
Cozy place from the time that you walk in. I can only imagine what it would look like during the Christmas season! The Romance room was immaculate with lots of attention to detail. Cozy room and a wonderful bed. Breakfast was simple (continental) but delicious...More
Ate dinner on the deck overlooking the creek. Did not want to leave to go out to dinner. Very comfortable and Kathy was great. Each room was decorated differently. Bed was cozy. It was nice to have home made granola for breakfast.
After great time in Yellowstone and breathtaking drive over Bear tooth pass we were lucky to find the right place for our stay in this very cozy place. Owners were really kind and helpful and did everything to make our stay as easy and comfortable...More
We stayed here on our way to Glacier Nat'l Park. Now I would love just to come to Red Lodge and chill out at the Rocky Fork B & B.
Our room had everything we needed and more. We loved the back door of our...More
Hello, You can fly into Billings,MT. it's about 60 miles north of Rocky Fork Inn. The Beartooth Hwy starts right there, it is about 90 miles to Tower Junction (Roosevelt Lodge) in Yellowstone. About 30 miles to Mammoth Hot... More
Hello, You can fly into Billings,MT. it's about 60 miles north of Rocky Fork Inn. The Beartooth Hwy starts right there, it is about 90 miles to Tower Junction (Roosevelt Lodge) in Yellowstone. About 30 miles to Mammoth Hot Springs and Gardiner,MT. From there it is about 400 miles north to Glacier.
Best time of year is first 2 weeks in July for Bikers as there is little rain. The Beartooth Hwy is only open from June to Sept. I went the day after 4th of July and it was pretty empty as every one leaves then and there is a lull for a week or so until the crowds pick up.
Or you can do like the above Post. From Jackson you go north to Grand Tetons (about 40 miles) and continue up into Yellowstone (about 90 miles) and out the Northeast entrance Yellowstone. The Beartooth starts just outside that entrance and it is about 90 miles to Red Lodge. Hope this helps..