Custom Style for Menus:

A Home Base For Exploration

Your Adventure Awaits.

At The Lodge

Your stay is not just about the suite that you will enjoy, but a host of other unique opportunities here at the Lodge.

In The Area

This area of Montana is a mecca for outdoor activities.

For The Day

We have 90 acres for you to enjoy and explore.

The Eagles Nest

With all the natural light and comfy seating, the setting lends itself to many possibilities. If you want to relax and read a book, or express some creative skills as an artist, or just spend some time gazing out the windows watching birds or other wildlife, this is a special place to get away from it all.

The Den

This area next to the kitchen is a great place to relax with its sectional couch for a group to gather. You have direct access to the walk out patio and yard through the French doors. If you want to eat your snack or lunch, watch TV, or play a game, you can make yourself right at home here.

The Staircase

The massive cedar log staircase to the lower or upper levels will draw your eyes to the custom stained glass atrium at the top to crown this beautiful staircase.

The Great Room

The great room welcomes you to a massive rock fireplace and dining table for ten to twelve guests. The view of the mountains lay before you as you enjoy your spectacular breakfast.

The Music Room

If you are gifted at playing the piano, we have a grand piano to satisfy your music ability. This parlor has French doors opening out to the front porch.

The Game Room

If you are one to get up early and start your day on an elliptical or treadmill, or want to play a round of games, we have it here. If it is darts, pool, Ping-Pong, air hockey, or various board games, this is a great place to hang out. You can do all of this while doing your laundry and watching TV as well.

The Theater Room

We have our own theater room where you and your friends can sit back in the eight leather recliners and watch a movie on a large screen surrounded by a great sound system.


From creeks and rivers for trout, to the Noxon Reservoir for largemouth bass and bass tournaments.

Hiking, Mountain Biking, ATV Tours and Snowmobiling

Numerous roads and trails in the Cabinet and other mountains nearby.


Beautiful courses in Plains and Thompson Falls

Wildlife Viewing

Deer, elk, bear, bighorn sheep, birds, and more.

Special Events

Huckleberry Festival, Farmer’s Markets.


The Ross Giant Cedars, Kootenai Falls and Swinging Bridge.

Glacier National Park

Known as the Crown of the Continent, Glacier National Park is a 1,583-sq.-mi. wilderness area in Montana’s Rocky Mountains, with glacier-carved peaks and valleys running to the Canadian border.


Many boating opportunities on rivers, lakes and reservoir.


The Route of the Hiawatha mountain bike or hike trail is 15 miles long with 10 train tunnels and 7 sky high trestles.

Other Areas of Interest

  • National Bison Range

  • Lake Pend Oreille

  • Festival in Sandpoint

  • Logger Days and Nordic Fest in Libby

About Us

Serving the public as a Police Officer and a Public Accountant, Randy and Julie started in the hospitality business in 2005. They have been taking care of guests at their Inn, Cafe, and RV Park as people from all over the world came to visit Glacier National Park for more than a decade. The Lodge at Trout Creek is their newest endeavor and they look forward to sharing it with you.


Follow and Review


© 2024 The Lodge at Trout Creek