Rock Creek Cabins

Rock Creek Montana

As you enter the Rock Creek Valley, you realize quickly that this is a very special place. Here you’ll see bighorn sheep, whitetail and mule deer, black bear, eagles, and the occasional moose.

Our Cabins

We offer two beautiful and well-kept cabins that are located near the Sawmill Creek Fishing Access located near the 8-mile marker on Rock Creek Road.

4 Bedroom Vacation Cabin Rental on Rock Creek in Montana

Golden Stone Cabin

With 4 bedrooms, two baths, an oversized kitchen, and a welcoming fireplace in the living room, Golden Stone is a great place for family and friends to get together and connect in Montana.

The cabin boasts amazing views from the farmer’s porch, a campfire ring, and a horseshoe pit.

Golden Stone Cabin can sleep up to 10.

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2 Bedroom Log Cabin on Rock Creek in Montana

Sawmill Cabin

Relax in the hot tub while you listen to the river. This cozy log cabin has 2 bedrooms, one bath, and a welcoming fireplace in the living room.

Perfect for one or two couples, each bedroom has a queen-sized bed.

The cabin boasts a large deck with outdoor dining area and gardens.

Sawmill Cabin can sleep up to 4.

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Missoula VRBO Alternative

Why spend the extra booking fees with VRBO, HomeAway, or Airbnb when you can book direct and pay no additional fees?

We have rented cabins in Montana and New Hampshire for more than 25 years. Check out the cabin’s video tours today.

Easy Access to Rock Creek

The Cabins are adjacent to the Sawmill Fishing Access, the blue ribbon Rock Creek, just steps away. Pull on your waders and fish for cutthroats, rainbow, browns and bull trout.

Photography Opportunities

Grab the camera and snap pictures of bighorn sheep grazing in a nearby field or on the lawn of the cabin. The large herd of bighorns is commonly seen from the 4-mile marker to the 10-mile marker on Rock Creek Road. Other photo opportunities include peregrine falcons, eagles, osprey, sandhill cranes, turkey, whitetail deer, mule deer, moose, and black bear.

Visit Missoula, Montana

Visit family or friends in Missoula, Montana without having to stay in Missoula! Why stay in the city when Rock Creek is only a half-hour away? Relax and unwind away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

Hiking

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.

Comforts of Home

Comfortably furnished, our cabins Golden Stone and Sawmill, feature a fully equipped kitchen, 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 homes away from home.

Golden Stone is Available Year-round

Golden stone is available year-round. Spend the holidays on Rock Creek! We are open in the winter for winter fishing on the creek, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing. 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 the Salmonfly season, followed by the Golden Stone hatch. July through October brings some of the season’s best fishing. In fall, upland bird hunting for mountain grouse on the Creek or hunt whitetail deer.

The perfect spot for your Rock Creek, Montana adventure! Whatever the season, we welcome you to our Montana Rock Creek Cabins.

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5 star ratingGreat place on Rock Creek!! For my birthday, my awesome wife bought me and my buddy 4 nights at the SawMill Cabin for a fly fishing trip to MT. The location is quite exquisite, in a valley with a couple of other cabins around us but saw very few people while we were there. My friend who is in construction immediately started raving about how nice the cabin was and started inspecting all of the things I would never notice. He said it was exactly the kind of cabin he has been talking about building for himself back home in the NE. Everything is provided for you here, you are really in someone's house and you can tell it is cared for. Everything felt quite new, or perhaps redone, but it is all very nice. We enjoyed the hot tub after a day of fishing and barbecues every night on the new Trex deck. The landscaping and gardens were especially nice. Everything was irrigated, including the potted plants so even they are thriving. The only minus was when the wind blew, the very large cherry tomato plant fell over twice, pulling over the flower pots next to it because they were connected thru the irrigation tubes between them, so not really a minus but a privileged problem. The cherry tomatoes that fell off were delicious, thanks. Also, we found the Clinton Market on the way to the cabin was a good place to store up... For my birthday, my awesome wife bought me and my buddy 4 nights at the SawMill Cabin for a fly fishing trip to MT. The location is quite exquisite, in a valley with a couple of other cabins around us but saw very few people while we were there. My friend who is in construction immediately started raving about how nice the cabin was and started inspecting all of the things I would never notice. He said it was exactly the kind of cabin he has been talking about building for himself back home in the NE. Everything is provided for you here, you are really in someone's house and you can tell it is cared for. Everything felt quite new, or perhaps redone, but it is all very nice. We enjoyed the hot tub after a day of fishing and barbecues every night on the new Trex deck. The landscaping and gardens were especially nice. Everything was irrigated, including the potted plants so even they are thriving. The only minus was when the wind blew, the very large cherry tomato plant fell over twice, pulling over the flower pots next to it because they were connected thru the irrigation tubes between them, so not really a minus but a privileged problem. The cherry tomatoes that fell off were delicious, thanks. Also, we found the Clinton Market on the way to the cabin was a good place to store up for food if you need it.
This cabin was perfect for exploring the fishing on Rock Creek. We hit the lower part behind the Fisherman Mercantile with a guide, one day, then drove 30mins to meet the guide to float the Blackfoot, then spent the 3rd day exploring the upper Rock Creek. All were easy to get to, and the fishing was great. I've heard folks warn of Rock Creek Rd. I was not overwhelmed by it's narrowness, but I drive on a river road just like it in my town. Just go slow and prepare to take it easy or maybe even have to back up if you meet another vehicle. We did drive it to the end, and there are 2 cliff side parts that you hit a hairpin turn on, but if you stay focused behind the wheel you won't drive off the side and plummet to your death. The Hay farms and Ranch land we drove thru after Rock Creek Rd to get to Phillipsburgh were stunning. A lonnng drive, but beautiful.

The Sawmill cabin at Montana Rock Creek Cabins is a true gem of a spot! I would return here in a heartbeat, Thank you! More

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P140PSpeterg
9/03/2021

5 star ratingWild Life Great location for wild life viewing and trout fishing.
Very comfortable cabin.
Very accessible to Rock Creek.
Good internet service and amenities.
But not too far out of town. Very convenient. I highly recommend Golden Stone.

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David G.
9/13/2018

5 star ratingBrothers Fishing Trip My 2 brothers and I chose Rock Creek Cabins for our adventure to Western Montana; we couldn’t have chosen a better location and hosts. The cabin was clean, comfortable and extremely well stocked for our needs. We loved it

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8/05/2019

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