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Spoon’s Rock Creek Ranch

August 17th, 2010 by Kristi Spoon

Think of the words “log cabin,” and you probably envision a little log house sitting next to a creek or lake, with the fire burning and the smell of the Rocky Mountains just off your deck. At Spoon’s Rock Creek Ranch the homey feel of cedar logs and rich cabin décor bring that and more.

Spoon’s Rock Creek Ranch is 15 miles outside of Philipsburg, a town rich with history in mining and ranching. Today this delightful little town of about 900 residents is a fun place to visit.

Rock Creek is Montana’s premiere Blue Ribbon Trout Stream. Its water runs cold and most of the time clear even during hot summer months making it a tremendous home for rainbow, brown, cutthroat and brook trout. With miles of stream wandering through the property the fishing is amazing; whether just off the deck, up or downstream, or off to the east fork of Rock Creek, where beaver ponds dance with daily hatches & hungry fish.

What if the cabin shows unavailable???

July 7th, 2010 by Kristi Spoon

What if the cabin shows unavailable?

Bookings for the cabin at Spoon’s Rock Creek Ranch are filling up quickly.  There may be times the cabin shows unavailable when we have scheduled maintenance that can be shuffled to another date.  If the date you select shows unavailable, please don’t hesitate to call us directly at 406-859-1009 to see if we can slide something around to accommodate  you.  We truly hope you will chose to stay with us and will do our very best to assist in scheduling.

And exciting news here at Spoon’s Rock Creek Ranch!!  There is a second unit coming this Spring!  We are just finishing up renovating a 3 bedroom, 2 bath house that sits farther up the creek with several decks, a full kitchen and a fabulous view of the Pintlars.  It will have all the same amenities as the existing cabin such as TV &  Internet.  So if you are interested booking for hunting or ski season, give us a call to check on availability for this new space.

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