|Minimum Stay||3 - 7 nights|
Conveniently located, Lucky Dog Lodge serves as the perfect home base for a terrific range of year round activities for all ages, interests, and abilities. You can walk out the back door with private access to the Gallatin River for an early morning fishing session, walk or bike a short distance downstream to Bozeman Hot Springs and Spa, or drive a few miles up Gallatin Canyon where hiking trails are numerous and everything from white water rafting to horseback riding is available. There's even a public 18-hole golf course just minutes away. Downhill and cross country skiing, ice skating, and other winter activities are all conveniently located to the Lucky Dog Lodge including both Big Sky Resort and Bridger Bowl Ski Area.
As you enter the Lucky Dog Lodge, your eye is immediately drawn to the third floor balcony and the massive logs and ridge pole surrounded by a ceiling of fir tongue-and-groove wood planks, lit up by a myriad of natural light. Open rooms and high ceilings provide a spacious and airy feel throughout. Radiant floor heating and thick logs maintain a comfortable temperature year round. Wood decks extending from the second and third floors, as well a large ground level deck, offer views of a number of mountain ranges and the Gallatin River while you are entertaining or relaxing. Enjoy the sunset from the hot tub on the second story deck overlooking the Gallatin River and surrounding cottonwood forest.
In all there are six bedrooms and five bathrooms. The open main floor sports a fully-equipped modern kitchen complete with pine breakfast bar and a large dining area. The comfortable relaxing area is also perfect for family games or a small business retreat meeting. When it’s time to take a break from enjoying the inside of the Lucky Dog Lodge, try out the 2nd floor deck outdoor hot tub on a starry Montana night!
The Lucky Dog Lodge is a licensed and permitted tourist home facility through the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services, License # 301793.
Walk out the back door and fish or explore the famous W Gallatin River