The Island At Rock Creek offers creek side resort living in downtown Red Lodge, Montana. The Island features two distinctly different communities separated by a dramatic natural water fall entry feature just 3 blocks from downtown Red Lodge.
Adjacent to Rock Creek in heart of Red Lodge between 8th and 16th streets, The Island At Rock Creek combines the very best of Red Lodge’s year-round experience by offering both custom home-sites and luxury town homes. All have city sewer and water and utilities to the town home or lot line, paved streets, walking trail access, and much more. You’ll enjoy the natural beauty of this year-round 100 foot wide running stream as well as the panoramic vistas of the Beartooth Mountains, Mount Maurice, and the East Rosebuds.
In addition to the year round rushing water of Rock Creek bordering the western side of the Island, the eastern side of the island is framed by a 500 foot high sandstone cliff creating a private oasis in the heart of this historic mining town. Additionally the eastern side of our development has a natural spring fed water system complete with water falls, ponds, and stream that meander around the development on the east side of the Island. The sound of running water surrounds you.
Why is it called The Island At Rock Creek?
The Island at Rock Creek is only accessible by entering over one of two highway rated bridges bringing you to our secluded 37 acre paradise. Once development is complete gates will installed at our two entrances to maximize privacy.
The western boundary of the entire development faces Rock Creek itself. In fact, town home owners and creek side lot buyers own to the high water mark on the western bank of Rock Creek. The eastern boundary is the 300 foot high sandstone rim known as the east bench. The northern boundary is a wood area separating the Island from Coal Miners Park. The southern boundary has an unimpeded view of the valley and mountain that wind through the mountains to the Beat tooth pass and Yellowstone Park. This is truly close to town but you feel totally secluded.
On the Island, we have two distinctly different resort ownership opportunities (Single family lots are all south of the 13th Street bridge) and Town home (north of 13th St) are separated by a dramatic natural flow water fall entry feature. Our walking trails traverse the multifamily portion including the water falls and viewing deck on Rock Creek and one day we hope to tie these trails into Coal Miner park.