At the turn of the century lodging and hotels were built in Montana to provide accommodations for both the settlers coming west and for tourists who were riding the trains out to Montana to see the open country, mountains, Native-American tribes, and the wild west.
The historic hotels and lodges of Montana range from luxury to rustic. Either way they are an interesting lodging option for your Montana vacation. You can feel the history in the walls of these historic lodges, and you will dream of the characters that stayed at your hotel, so many years ago.
In Fort Peck, Montana you will find the famous and historic Fort Peck Hotel. It is located on the shores of Fort Peck dam a great area for all water sports, fishing, boating, water skiing and wake boarding. It is also in Montana’s dinosaur bone exploration area. The hotel was originally built to house the managers and bosses of the Fort Peck Dam project. Fort Peck is a good place to visit on your way toward the Eastern entrance of Glacier National Park.
The hotel has been updated yet has kept the rambling spirit of the olden days. It is about 40 miles from Glasgow, Montana. When your there don’t forget to see a show at the old Fort Peck Playhouse. Call (406) 526-9943.
- Fort Peck, Montana
- Montana Historic Hotels: Central Montana
- Montana Historic Hotels: Glacier and Northwestern Montana
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- Montana Historic Hotels: Southeastern Montana