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Helena, Bozeman, and Southwest Montana Hotels

Jackson Hot Springs Lodge

Pros

  • First-class dining
  • Relaxing pool
  • Classic Western lodge

Cons

  • Detractors complain of stubborn room temperatures
  • Facilities in need of upkeep
  • Overpriced

Updated 12/31/1969

Fodor's Review

William Clark (of Lewis and Clark) cooked his dinner in the hot springs near the site of this spacious log lodge decorated with elk antlers, a stuffed mountain lion, and other critters. Accommodations are in cabins, many with fireplaces, and there's also tent and RV camping. The Olympic-size outdoor pool is filled with artesian hot water that averages 103°F year-round. The dining room ($$$) specializes in wild game dishes such as pheasant, bison, and elk steaks.

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Hotel Information

Address:

Main St., Box 808; 30 mi northwest of Big Hole, Jackson, Montana, 59736, USA

Phone:

406-834–3151; 888-438–6938

Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • 16 cabins, 4 hotel rooms

Updated 12/31/1969

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