Montana Rock Creek Cabin
Comfortable vacation homes, views of the mountains from every window, and a blue ribbon trout stream just a minute’s walk away. We offer Montana cabin rentals in the Rock Creek canyon near Missoula, Montana.
4 Bedrooms, 2 Baths with Fireplace. Sleeps up to 10
Cabin Rentals Near Missoula
Our Golden Stone cabin is available year round. Perfect for a fly fishing group, exploring Montana, or a getaway for friends and family, this four bedroom, 2 bath cabin sleeps up to 10. Gather around the gas fireplace or on the large farmer’s porch.
Cabin Features Large Kitchen
The kitchen at Golden Stone has an oversized kitchen with lots of dishes, serving ware, and cookware for family events. This cozy cabin is the perfect location for visiting family in Missoula without having to stay in the city. Spend the holidays on the creek!
2 Bedrooms with Fireplace and Jacuzzi. Sleeps up to 4
Cabin with a Hot Tub and Fireplace
Sawmill is perfect for two friends or two couples. This two bedroom cabin has a well equipped kitchen, bathroom with walk-in shower, cozy living room and a large deck for outdoor dining.
Walk to Rock Creek
Just a short walk to Rock Creek, beauty surrounds this cozy log cabin.
Blue Ribbon Trout Fishing
With more than 2000 fish per mile, Rock Creek is a crystal-clear river that divides the Sapphire and the John Long Mountains in Western Montana. Rock Creek offers some of the best fly fishing in Montana.
Easy River Access
Access to the river is ample between the 1 and 32-mile markers. In the first 12 miles, there are fishing accesses about every 2 miles, with turn-outs for parking in numerous places. Between the 12 and 32 mile markers, most of the land is part of the Lolo National Forest. National Forest lands are open to the public. Above the 32 mile marker, access is limited to bridge crossings and places where the river meets Rock Creek Road.
Montana Fly Fishing
From the upper reaches of the river to its confluence with the Clark Fork River, Rock Creek boasts awesome fly fishing. Fish dry flies April through October.
Lots of Hiking Trails
The Lolo National Forest surrounds the cabins. There are numerous hiking trails that begin in the Rock Creek Valley. Favorite hiking trails include Trail 10, Welcome Creek, and Grizzly Creek. Trail 10 is located near the Valley of the Moon – mile marker 2. The trail is steep but the views of the valley are worth it!
Welcome Creek begins at the swing bridge near mile marker 14. Cross the bridge over Rock Creek and follow the trail up the Welcome Creek drainage. Grizzly Creek Trail is found off Ranch Creek Road. The trailhead is very scenic. The woods trail winds along Grizzly Creek. There is a picnic area near the trailhead.
Near Missoula, Montana
Our cabins are near Missoula, Montana, just 29 miles away. Missoula is a bustling college town with lots of fun things to see and do. Farmers markets, carousels, and indoor fun parks, concerts, and university sports, Missoula has it all.
Our cabins are a perfect lodging alternative to hotel rooms in the city. Visit UM students or attend University of Montana graduation and return to the home-like setting of our cabins in the Rock Creek Valley.
Hiking Near Rock Creek
Part of the Lolo National Forest, the forest and wilderness near the cabins offer great hiking opportunities. Hike mountains for amazing vistas or hike through the forest and along creeks; its a great way to get exercise and be outdoors.
There are numerous marked trails within a few miles of the cabins. Trails such as Grizzly Creek, Welcome Creek, and Trail 10 are close while further up the creek you’ll find Walquist, Butte Cabin Creek, and Hogback to name a few.
We are avid hikers – just call/message us for hiking ideas!
We are located halfway between Glacier National Park and Yellowstone National Park. Travel three and a half hours north to get to Glacier Park or travel four hours southwest for Yellowstone Park.
Our halfway point is the perfect stop for fly fishing Western Montana or to explore our Northern Rocky Mountain location.
This cabin was the perfect place for a family get-away. It was large enough for people to have their own spaces to go to when needed, yet cozy enough to encourage family togetherness. The kitchen and gathering area with fireplace were ideal for our time together. As a family whose bonding is often centered around good food, we really appreciated how well the kitchen was equipped and the large space that allowed for all of us to work together. The location is beautiful, the snow was perfect, and we couldn't have asked for a better place to spend invaluable time with our adult kids.
Peace and Quite ( with snow) Great place to escape the city and enjoy the outdoors as it is intended.
By far the best Cabin we have encountered. The views are like a postcard, the creek is pure tranquility. We look forward to fly fishing on our next trip. Kudos to Tim and Lisa.
Great Location For Trout Fishing
Adjacent to the Sawmill Fishing Access, the blue ribbon river, Rock Creek, just steps away. Pull on your waders and fish for cutthroat trout, rainbow trout, brown trout, and bull trout.
Or grab the camera and snap pictures of bighorn sheep grazing in a nearby field or on the lawn of the cabin!
Missoula Lodging Alternatives
Visit family or friends in Missoula, Montana without having to stay in Missoula. Hike the Welcome Creek wilderness area; just a few miles from the cabin. Or just take in the sights and beauty of the mountains and the beautiful Rock Creek Valley.
Comfortably furnished, our cabins Golden Stone and Sawmill, feature fully equipped kitchens, outdoor living areas, comfortable living rooms with gas fireplaces, wireless internet, and satellite television. Tastefully furnished and well equipped, the Montana Rock Creek Cabins “Golden Stone” and “Sawmill” are warm and inviting vacation rentals.
Open Year Round
We are open in the winter for winter fishing on the creek, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing. Our Golden Stone Cabin remains open all year. Spend the holidays on the Creek! We are located on a plowed county road.
In late March, the weather warms and the fishing picks up. April fishing can be terrific – just before the run-off. May warms the winter’s snowfall and the river is swollen. June is when the river has its famous salmonfly hatches. The Golden Stone hatch follows in late June. July through October bring some of the season’s best fishing. In fall, upland bird hunt for mountain grouse on the Creek or hunt whitetail deer.