You'll find name-brand clothing with our logo, Sunbody Hats, Backward Z jewelry, personally designed by Jo-Anne Jackson, Special McGinnis Meadows gifts for friends and family, and custom tack. We also carry the Ryan Michael line of clothing.
mountain biking, bird watching, kayaking, paddle boarding, hiking
Water based Activities
hot tub, Nearby pristine lake for our guests to paddle board, swim or kayak
cross-country skiing, snowshoeing
Fishing & Wildlife
Excellent fishing is available on local rivers and lakes just minutes from the ranch. These crystal-clear waters abound with brook, brown, cutthroat, and rainbow trout, bass, perch, and pike.
We also have two miles of McGinnis Creek running through the property. Here, both beginning and experienced anglers will enjoy the opportunity to catch the native eastern brook trout that inhabit the creek. With so many excellent fishing holes you may not see another angler all day! Set up a guided trip on the Kootenai River with one of our local guides. The yet undiscovered Kootenai River currently holds the world record for an amazing 33+ pound Rainbow Trout!
Fishing on offer
Coyotes, Wolves, Bears, occasional Mountain Lion, Moose, Elk, Whitetail deer, Mule deer, Bald eagles, Golden eagles, Red tail hawks, Wood Peckers, Hummingbirds, Grosbeaks, Rocky Mountain Bluebirds, Ducks, Canada Geese, Ravens, Cottontail rabbits, Ground squirrels
For groups of up to 30.
Corporate retreats are welcome for up to 15 people. Make reservations a year in advance to set aside a week exclusively for your group.
We can cater for groups of up to 30.
Simple weddings are enjoyed by all at the ranch. McGinnis Meadows is a popular place to go for honeymooners!
Glacier National Park
Glacier National Park, one of the largest of the national parks in the lower 48 states, is located in the northern section of Montana near the Canadian border. The park is known for spectacular mountains, glaciers, lakes, and a diverse variety of wildlife. Much of the park is backcountry and wilderness, crossed by over 700 miles of trails. Despite its remoteness, the park draws over 2.7 million visitors a year.
120 miles / 2 hours