We hope that you find time to mosey into the Diamond City Gift Shop at some point during your stay - whether it is to "dude up" in western gear, or simply to appreciate the oldest building on the ranch. The shop is filled with many popular western labels from Stetson and Roper to Ryan Michael, and we work hard to seek out local artists to bring you a very unique western style that you can take home with you. From artwork and home decor to western attire and Mountain Sky apparel, we've got you covered. If there is a specific item you're hoping to find when you get here, or an item that you simply can't find at home, please give us a call. We're happy to help you track down that hard-to-find item!
tennis, Yoga, Golf - 18 hole course, sporting clays, wagon rides
Water based Activities
outdoor pool, hot tub, whitewater rafting-adventure
relaxation massage, deep tissue massage, rock treatments, couples massage, facials
Fishing & Wildlife
It takes only a few minutes on the lazy current of the Yellowstone River, as you alternate between long looks at the surrounding mountains, and longer looks at the cutthroat, brown, and rainbow trout slowly rising to the surface, to realize why the Paradise Valley is a fishing destination for anglers the world over. Those merely wanting to get their feet wet can opt for fly-fishing instruction at the trout pond – a gentle introduction to casting and technique. Nearby Big Creek, a densely populated Cutthroat Trout fishery, is just a short walk from the lodge.
Fishing on offer
spin, fly, river, stocked pond, stream, equipment available, guided non-inclusive, unguided, instruction available
Elk, Mule Deer, White-tailed Deer, Moose, Black Bear, Bighorn sheep, coyotes, Yellow Bellied Marmots, Mountain Lion, Porcupine, and much more!
For groups of 30-40. A variety of meeting spaces are available at the ranch. Choose our cozy historic log cabin with a stone fireplace, perfect for a gathering of 20-30 people. The Great Room in our comfortable lodge can accommodate up to 70 people, and the conference center at the pool lodge features a grand view of Emigrant Peak as backdrop, and can accommodate up to 40. Group rates are available for your special event.
Yellowstone National Park
Not only do we sit in one of the most breathtaking corners of Montana, but the north entrance to the world’s first national park is just 30 scenic miles from our front door. Our van tours offer a chance for everyone in the family to view Yellowstone’s geysers and wildlife, while our day-long Yellowstone Horseback Ride offers guests 13 and older a rare opportunity to view the splendor of the park from the back of their favorite ranch horse. Anglers with a thirst for adventure can also ride horseback to some of the park’s remote fishing holes.
30 miles / 45 mins
Transport included in tour package.
We invite you to walk the streets of downtown, breathe the fresh mountain air, and enjoy all of the downtown amenities. Whether you are looking for a piece of Western artwork, need a Montana souvenir, or want to grab a bite to eat, you will discover an array of casual and fine dining restaurants, art galleries, unique retail shops, sporting goods for all your outdoor adventures and much more!
76 miles / 1 hour 15 mins
Museum of the Rockies
The Museum of the Rockies (MOR) is a world-class museum located in the heart of the Rocky Mountains in Bozeman, Montana. Known for its vast collection of dinosaur fossils, the Museum houses some of the most famous dinosaur specimens in the world including Tyrannosaurus rex and Triceratops. MOR features permanent exhibits on dinosaurs, regional and American Indian history, as well as changing exhibits that focus on “bringing the world to Bozeman.” A planetarium features shows on the night sky, and a living history farm on the Museum grounds is home to magnificent Heirloom Gardens. In 2010, the new Explore Yellowstone: Children's Discovery Center opened as a permanent exhibit designed for children up to 8 years old.
76 miles / 1 hour 15 mins