About Red Lodge, Montana
The Island at Rock Creek is an opportunity to own a piece of Montana in the historic mining town of Red Lodge. The remarkably unspoiled natural beauty, fresh clean air, and the enjoyment of four seasons, make Red Lodge Montana’s best kept secret. With approximately 2,300 residents, it is the perfect balance of all four sessions and a great choice of outdoor activities. Western hospitality greets you and will keep you coming back to Red Lodge year after year. Red Lodge Ski Resort (6 miles from our town homes) and outstanding area for fly fishing, hunting, and hiking draw outdoor enthusiasts in both summer and winter.
Summer may find you strolling the beautiful shops and galleries downtown, hiking, rafting, camping, fishing, enjoying 18-holes of golf course, playing tennis or just chilling at a local microbrewery. Explore the Red Lodge area on horseback, grab a bike or even get a little adventurous on an ATV.
At an elevation of 9,416 feet and over 60 runs, Red Lodge brings you Red Lodge Mountain Ski Resort with some of the best skiing around. Accommodating all skill levels, there is terrain for downhill and cross-country skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling.
The Custer National Forest is a haven for wildlife including elk, moose, mountain goats, big horn sheep, bears (black and grizzly), mountain lions and wolves. Golden marmots are often seen dashing across the trails. Golden and bald eagles often visit our area, as well as sandhill cranes and blue herons.
Sightseeing cannot be beat in the Red Lodge Area. Gaze upon mountains, streams, the plateau of the Beartooth summit, Cody Wyoming, or driving through to Yellowstone National Park and Jackson Hole Wyoming. In summer, stunning Beartooth Pass opens. With high mountain vistas, rocky cliffs, and jeweled lakes, the spectacular drive over the Beartooth Highway brings you to Cooke City Montana, the town of Silver Gate, and the northeast entrance to Yellowstone National Park. Granite Peak, Montana’s tallest mountain, is nearby.