Year around activities

Any time of year you can have fun in Red Lodge

Carbon County Depot Gallery

Carbon County Depot Gallery

The Carbon County Arts Guild continues to grow with a membership of over 300 artists and is fast becoming the leading small- town art center for residents and visitors to south central Montana and Northern Wyoming. As an art facility, the Guild presents an ever-changing gallery of regional art for supporters and assists artists in the building of their own personal collection. Their focus is on a variety of educational opportunities for all ages and for all artists, with a special emphasis on youth art education and art appreciation. As a gallery, the Guild is dedicated to building and maintaining a permanent art collection, relative to our history as an art center and to the historic train depot which houses the Carbon County Arts Guild and Depot Gallery.
Location: 11 8th Street West Red Lodge, Montana 59068
Phone: (406) 446-1370
Carbon County Historical Society

Carbon County Historical Society

Our Mission The mission of the Carbon County Historical Society & Museum is to preserve and communicate the history of the Carbon County area. Carbon County Historical Society & Museum History History is not just about dates, names, and places. Preservation is not just about bricks and mortar. Both are about human values, about relationships between individuals and their communities that stretch from the past through the present to the future. The Carbon County Historical Society & Museum has done just that. The museum was first established in 1959 by Alice Greenough to house the collection of her world-renowned rodeo family. The Carbon County Historical Society was formed in 1974 and took over the museum facility in 1980. In 1990, the three-story Labor Temple building was gifted to the Carbon County Historical Society by an anonymous donor. The Labor Temple was built in 1909, entirely by the Red Lodge Miners Local No. 1771, and put on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983. The historical society reopened the museum`s doors with a newly remodeled basement and first floor in 1999. The museum is the home to the Greenough and Linderman rodeo collections, the Waples family gun and projectile point collection, an interactive coal and hard rock mine exhibit, the Carbon County archives, and much more. The staff assists with family genealogy and historic research. The gift shop has a large variety of Carbon County, Montana and Old West historical books and gifts.
Location: 214 N Broadway Ave Red Lodge, Montana 59068
Phone: 406-446-3667
Double Ditch Dog Park

Double Ditch Dog Park

Double Ditch Dog Park, located atop the west bench of Red Lodge, serves as dog-friendly open space for residents and visitors. It is roughly a 4-acre plot of land consisting of dog-waste station nearby, benches (3), a picnic table, trails, natural areas, free flowing water on both sides which dogs can access Parking is available in front of the park in a dirt lot. Park is open year-round and maintained by volunteers. Questions or comments: contact the dog park volunteers at [email protected]
Location: Red Lodge, Montana 59068
Esteem Salon and Day Spa

Esteem Salon and Day Spa

Spa, beauty and personal care day spa.
Location: 1005 Broadway Avenue Red Lodge, Montana 59068
Phone: (406) 446-1477
Moose Tracks Park (Lions Park)

Moose Tracks Park (Lions Park)

This playground has a 5-12 section and a large tot lot. It includes a rock climbing wall, a train tunnel, a musical area, a tire swing, a double slide, a tube slide, a wooden tee-pee, and lots of public art.
Location: Villard Avenue North Red Lodge, Montana 59068
Red Lodge Area Chamber of Commerce

Red Lodge Area Chamber of Commerce

Hey and Howdy, Thank you so much for your interest in our beautiful little corner of the world. Red Lodge, nestled in the foothills of the Beartooth Mountains, is a wonderful place to visit if you are looking for family fun, a place to touch the wild, or just a chance to let your hair down. Whether you are wearing Birkenstocks or cowboy boots, you will find something to do here. (Although downtown is paved and we even have sidewalks, Jimmy Choos are probably not a great idea!) In winter the road ends here. Downhill skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, ice skating, sledding and sleigh riding are just the short list of activities that you can do when visiting us. In summer we revel in the Beartooth Pass opening. We are only 68 miles from Yellowstone Park, but plan on a good two hours drive as the Pass is stunning in high mountain vistas, rocky cliffs, and jeweled lakes. 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. So . . . take your time, drive slowly, give pedestrians and wildlife the right of way, and enjoy your visit. If you have any questions or you would like help in planning your trip, please call the Red Lodge Area Chamber of Commerce at 1.406.446.1718 or stop in at the Visitors Center/Chamber Office at the north end of town. If you know when you plan on experiencing Red Lodge, call us so we can tell you what is happening in the area! RedLodge.com Hiking in the Red Lodge area Beartooth Recreational Trails Association Additional Hiking in the Red Lodge area Beartooth and Area Map Silver Run Map Favorite Motorcycle Rides in the Red Lodge area Red Lodge to Fishtail area Fishing, Camping, Hiking Map Beartooth All-American Road Map Beartooth All-American Road 2 Map Beartooth All-American Road Points of Interest
Location: 701 Broadway Avenue South Red Lodge, Montana 59068
Phone: 406-446-1718
Red Lodge Clay Center

Red Lodge Clay Center

It is our mission to provide a place for professionally minded ceramic artists to create new work. Red Lodge Clay Center will host Visiting Artist workshops, lectures, demonstrations, gallery exhibitions, and educational programming to share with our resident artists and the general public the importance of art in our everyday lives.
Location: 123 N Broadway Ave Red Lodge, Montana 59068
Phone: 406.446.3993
Red Lodge Power Sports

Red Lodge Power Sports

Red Lodge Powersports will be renting ATV`s, UTV`s and Snowmobiles. The ATV`s and UTV`s are street legal so they can be driven anywhere. Call 406-446-3199 for rental information.
Location: 1002 Broadway Avenue Red Lodge, Montana 59068
Phone: (406) 446-3199
Roman Theater

Roman Theater

Catch a flick at our local theater!
Location: 120 Broadway Avenue South Red Lodge, Montana 59068
Phone: (406) 446-2233
Silver Strike Bowling and Casino

Silver Strike Bowling and Casino

The Silver Strike is a Casino, Bar, and Bowling Alley, in the resort town of Red Lodge, Montana. We are located at the North end of town across from First Interstate Bank.
Location: 609 Broadway Avenue Red Lodge, Montana 59068
Phone: (406) 446-3131
Spoke Wrench

Spoke Wrench

Bicycle repair and maintenance
Location: 410 Broadway Avenue Ste 5 Red Lodge, Montana 59068
Phone: (406) 446-0336
The Beartooth Recreational Trails Association (BRTA) Nordic Skiing and Hiking Trails

The Beartooth Recreational Trails Association (BRTA) Nordic Skiing and Hiking Trails

Welcome to the Beartooth Recreational Trails Association The Beartooth Recreational Trails Association (BRTA) was organized in 2002 for two primary purposes: 1) to continue the winter operations of the Red Lodge Nordic Center (RLNC), and 2) to promote year round non-motorized trail systems along the Beartooth front. We work closely with the Forest Service, the City of Red Lodge and other organizations to create and expand future trails. We have attracted many supporters and are an official 501(c)3 non-profit. The RLNC continues to grow with new skiers and new trails, and we are involved with Rocky Fork Trails, the Red Lodge trail planning and development process. Support BRTA and keep nordic skiing, hiking, snowshoeing, biking, and horseback riding priorities in our community! Sign up for our electronic newsletter for events, trail conditions, volunteer opportunities and more! Or attend a monthly BRTA Board meeting - every second Wednesday, 6:30 at the RLACF building across the street from the post office (13th & Oakes Ave). Want some fresh air, this is the perfect family activity. Click here for more information on the Nordic ski center.
Well Approach Fitness Center

Well Approach Fitness Center

Well Approach is now a full spectrum Well health center. Personal Training,massage therapy, Full membership gym with classes,physical therapy and holistic group sessions like meditation class. Come check us out.
Location: 810 Broadway Avenue Red Lodge, Montana 59068
Phone: (406) 446-2900
Wildflower Wedding Venue

Wildflower Wedding Venue

Montana Wildflower Weddings is truly a dream wedding venue within minutes of Red Lodge and of one of the closest mountain settings near Billings. Set amid the natural beauty of the lush green meadows, vibrant flower gardens, spectacular water features and the breath taking panoramic view of the mountains this venue is the perfect setting to experience your dream wedding.
Location: 7461 U.S. 212 Roberts, Montana 59070
Phone: (406) 446-4933
Yellowstone Dog Sports

Yellowstone Dog Sports

Welcome! Yellowstone Dog Sports offers many opportunities to learn and play with your favorite dog in a beautiful setting near Red Lodge, Montana. Check the EVENT PAGE for what`s happening at YDS! Spend a week in Montana, learning and playing with your dog at one of our Dog Vacation Camps! Or attend one of our competitive training camps (agility, nosework, obedience, etc.) The 2015 and 2016 summer schedules are available on the EVENT page. Our Dog Vacation Camps were featured in TIME and FIDO FRIENDLY MAGAZINES! Dog Obedience & Agility Training We focus on training for competitive dog sports: obedience and agility. Group and Private lessons for new students will be available January-April 2016. Read more, Event Center Planning a Dog Agility Trial, National Specialty or other canine event? Contact us about our Event Center, now taking bookings for 2015 and 2016!
Location: Address: 7753 US-212, Roberts, MT 59070
Phone: 605 391 7054
Yellowstone Wildlife Sanctuary

Yellowstone Wildlife Sanctuary

Beartooth Nature Center is the only public refuge in Montana to house native animals that cannot be returned to the wild due to injury or habituation to humans. We care for over 60 animals and birds, many placed here by Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife & Parks, including wolves, mountain lions, black bears, bison, elk, bobcat, fox, coyote, eagles, hawks, owls and many more. The Nature Center offers visitors an unparalleled chance to learn about these and other animals by observing them at close range and through interpretive displays.
Location: E 2nd St Red Lodge, Montana 59068
Phone: 406-446-1133
Body Work by Mimi

Body Work by Mimi

Whether you are looking for a deep relaxation massage, or a more targeted massage with a focus on a specific area of discomfort, Mimis massage is intended to meet your needs. Mimi honors each clients wishes for their session and treats each session and individual as unique. Mimis uses several techniques in her therapeutic massage including manipulation, holding, stretching and isolating the soft tissues of the body, long sweeping strokes that increase blood flow to promote relaxation and well being, as well as trigger point release, reflexology and passive stretching.
Location: Well Approach or she will travel to a vacation home
Phone: 406 671 7113
Coleman Gallery and Studio

Coleman Gallery and Studio

Artist Statement Welcome to my website and taking the time to look at my photography. I photograph a number of subjects which include wildlife, landscapes and portraits of people including weddings, family gatherings, senior or graduation, children and babies. I also do event photography which includes schools, sports, ski joring and have done motorcycle events on the Beartooth Highway. I enjoy all types of photography and have been doing it professionally for almost 30 years. Most of that time has been with film cameras but for the last 7 years I have been totally digital and I love it. Not that there is anything wrong or bad with shooting film, but I do embrace the new technology. I particularly enjoy the nature photography and am blessed to live in an area that still has a great degree of wilderness and wildness. I love driving the Beartooth Scenic Highway as well as going to Yellowstone National Park or the Pryor Mountains for photographic outings. I have been fortunate to be able to travel around the country and to some other countries and while I have enjoyed those trips immensely, I am always reminded on my next trip to the mountains of how lucky I am to have all of this in my backyard. My approach to nature photography is to let it come to me. I photograph what nature gives me. One time I went to Yellowstone in the fall and was looking for elk and bears but the clouds in Hayden Valley were so beautiful with the golden meadows and Yellowstone River that I spent all my time photographing them. Hope you enjoy exploring the galleries and please, if you have any questions please give us a call or email. Thank you Merv
Location: 223 Broadway Ave S, Red Lodge, MT 59068
Phone: (406) 446-1228