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Starting at $350 per person per night
Tom Miner Creek Road, Carbella, Park County, Montana, United States
Starting at $500 per person per night
Welcome to Hubbard’s Yellowstone Lodge, a two-time Orvis Lodge of the Year award winning fly fishing lodge on the northern border of Yellowstone National Park. Nestled between two stunning snow-capped mountain ranges, the ranch is spread over 25 miles of pristine Montana wilderness in the Tom Miner Basin of Paradise Valley. The lodge is perched on a mountainside with stunning views of the Yellowstone River with buildings that maintain the rough grace and rustic appeal of the original cattle ranch.
Unique Features: They offer a variety of tours into Yellowstone National Park. See the famous sites such as Old Faithful and Yellowstone Falls to lesser-known wonders such as the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone and Yellowstone Lake.
Accommodations: The rooms all have breathtaking views, luxurious beds with Pendleton blankets, 600 thread count sheets, and L’Occitane amenities. Each room has a unique touch of Western character. Whether it’s helping to land the catch of a lifetime, revealing the wonders of Yellowstone National Park, or simply putting an extra log on the fire on a chilly Montana evening, the dedicated staff set themselves apart by creating experiences and memories that will last a lifetime.
As Suite As It Gets: When money is no object, go for the guest rooms which are all single or double occupancy, with one or two queen beds in each room, and a private bath. Although most folks spend little time in their rooms, you will find the rooms ideal to take a nap after a hard day on the river or to read that novel that you never have time for.
Dining: Each night is either a cookout on the front deck overlooking the Yellowstone River or open seating in the private dining room with Merrell Lake just outside the windows. Hearty breakfasts include house made baked goods, fresh fruit, and made to order omelets, eggs, pancakes, waffles, and more. Enjoy stream-side lunches or grill out at the lodge on our back deck. After a day of adventures, gather in the Rocky Mountain Spirit Bar. Dinners are prepared by professional chefs and mouthwatering desserts are prepared daily by the pastry chef.
Activities: Hubbard’s is lucky enough to be able to offer its guests chances at five different species of trout! From the iconic Yellowstone Cutthroat to voracious silver-sided Rainbows to giant Browns. The wranglers are out on the ranch every day. Join them to move cows, take a trail ride, mend a high mountain fence, or deliver salt to awaiting cattle. There are excellent white river rafting trips by several local companies. Trips range from two hours to full day.
Spa & Fitness: Visit the spa and have a talented Licensed Massage Therapist, work your worries away. There is a private massage room for your privacy and enjoyment. Enjoy a full body massage custom-designed for you! The massage therapist uses various techniques to release tight spots and flush out stiff muscles, leaving you feeling refreshed and healed. Sports cream may be used in spots for prolonged relief.
Location: Emigrant located along the Yellowstone River is named for the nearby mountain, Emigrant Peak, which rises to an altitude of 10,960 feet. The area offers plenty of fishing opportunities as well as camping and boating. Close by, Chico Hot Springs, is a year-round destination resort offering lodging, fine dining, and a natural hot springs pool. Yellowstone National Park, just south of Emigrant, is the world’s first National Park and contains more than 2.2 million acres of steaming geysers, thundering waterfalls, crystalline lakes and panoramic vistas.
Closest Airport: Bozeman, MT (BZN) is the nearest airport. It is served by United, Delta, Allegiant, Alaska, US Airways, and Frontier airlines.
Children’s Programs: No. They do not offer any supervised children’s programs.
Pet Friendly: No, unfortunately pets are not allowed.
Weddings: No, they don’t normally host weddings, although they may by special request.
Meetings: No, they don’t have the facilities to handle large business meetings or conferences.
Extra Info: Established in 1976, Hubbard’s came into being when owner Jim Hubbard came to the Paradise Valley with a vision of building a cattle ranch. After a few years living his dream, Jim soon realized the potential the Valley held for sportsmen. He acquired an outfitters license and began expanding the ranch. Hubbard’s is still run by Jim and his family and welcomes guests from all points of the globe.