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Located in the heart of Western Montana, The Ranch at Rock Creek is the world’s first Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star ranch and the only US charter member of the National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World collection. Owner Jim Manley searched the American West for 20 years to find the perfect ranch. Originally a working ranch homesteaded in the early 1900’s, he opened it as an all-inclusive guest ranch in 2010. As a Relais & Châteaux property, we’ve spent the last 10 years expanding the frontiers of luxury travel with our one-of-a-kind accommodations, extensive amenities, inventive cuisine and access to over 40 outdoor activities on 6,600 acres of mountains, meadows, forests, trout ponds and a mountain-fed creek.
Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy the opportunity to work at the world’s first Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star guest ranch and glamping destination. The Ranch at Rock Creek offers year-round unique vacations on an authentic 19th century homestead. Luxury service is provided with genuine warmth and hospitality.
As a Relais & Châteaux property, we’ve spent the last ten years expanding the frontiers of luxury travel with our one-of-a-kind accommodations, extensive amenities, inventive cuisine, access to over 20 guided outdoor activities and a renowned full-service spa.
Our Ranch is located 20 miles from Philipsburg, MT, approximately halfway between Missoula, MT and Butte, MT. Families, couples and friends will discover that The Ranch at Rock Creek is unparalleled among Montana vacation ranches. It’s a place that offers the feel of the legendary West without sacrificing true comfort.
History | The Ranch at Rock Creek was originally homesteaded in the early 1900’s.
Dining | Executive Chef Drage’s menus change daily, always featuring seasonal and locally sourced ingredients and nightly dining experiences.
Montana is the epitome of The Great American West – a vast, unspoiled landscape just waiting to be explored. With only 1 million residents and more wildlife than people, Montana gives new meaning to the phrase “wide, open spaces.” From the soaring peaks of the Rocky Mountains in the west with their pristine alpine lakes and meadows, to the rolling plains and dramatic badlands in the east, Montana offers boundless opportunities to explore its stunning scenery, enchanting wildlife, rich cultural heritage and small-town charm.
Two national parks anchor Montana – Glacier to the north and Yellowstone to the south. These parks and the seemingly endless natural wonders between them – including 55 state parks, 15 wilderness areas, and numerous national and state forests – make Montana an incredible frontier for adventure and discovery. Rafting, hiking and biking can be enjoyed during summer on numerous lakes, rivers and trails throughout the state.
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