Bad Rock Bed & Breakfast

480 Bad Rock Drive • Columbia Falls, MT 59912
Phone: 406-892-2829 • Toll Free: 888-892-2829

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Directions:
FROM BIGFORK. The road north out of Bigfork is Highway 35. About 2 miles north of Bigfork is the junction of Highway 83 to Swan Lake. Continue north on Highway 35 from this junction 11.6 miles to the junction of Highway 206. Highway 35 turns west just before this junction, where there is a Conoco station and a small golf course. The directional sign reads "Columbia Falls/West Glacier". Turn right onto Highway 206. Go 7.1 miles (11.36 km) north on Highway 206 to Bad Rock Drive. A "Frey?s Meat Cutting" sign is on the left just before Bad Rock Drive. Our sign and a blue and white sign reading "Markle Pottery" is on the northwest corner of the intersection. Turn left onto Bad Rock Drive and go 0.8 miles (1.28 km) to the first stop sign. Cross the intersection and go 0.1 miles to the first driveway on your left: Bad Rock Bed and Breakfast.

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Nestled among towering pines, Bad Rock, a Montana Bed and Breakfast Inn embraces ten private acres of rolling fields and evergreen groves twenty minutes from Glacier National Park, one of Mother Nature’s great extravaganzas. Kalispell, Whitefish, Amtrak, Glacier International Airport and seven golf courses are just fifteen minutes away. Bigfork and two additional golf courses are within twenty minutes. We are the only B&B in Flathead Valley centrally located for all of these attractions. For the children, Big Sky Water Park is located on Highway 2 four miles from Bad Rock.

Welcome to a world far from urban bustle, where the warmth of western hospitality gleams in the hewn log buildings and thoughtfully appointed guest rooms. Recreation takes on a whole new meaning as you contemplate a vast array of choices, from soaking up scenery to getting up close to wild rivers and Montana’s legendary mountains.

Glacier National Park , Montana, offers world-class vistas and hiking second to none. There’s cross-country skiing and snowmobiling. Fly fishing and horseback riding, white water rafting to exploring or touring in nearby Whitefish, Kalispell and Bigfork. Golf on one of nine nearby courses or enjoy gourmet dining followed by a walk at sunset.

Our main house and bed and breakfast has three beautiful guest rooms to choose from. Bad Rock Junction is what we call the two square-hewn log buildings just a few steps away, which offers more private lodging options. For the 2007 season we have a new private cabin. The Swan Mountain Cabin has a bedroom upstairs with king bed, sitting area and balcony. Downstairs is a kitchen, bath, sitting/eating area and patio.

A full kitchen, game room and laundry facility is located a short walk from the Junction Rooms. Here you can use professional exercise equipment to stay in shape for hiking. Take in a game of pool, air hockey, darts or skittles in the evening while dad is grilling on the gas grill just outside. Mom can run a load of wash and watch the kids play at the same time.

To help you create the Montana vacation of your dreams, we’ll gladly share our first-hand knowledge of the best Montana restaurants , golf courses, rafting adventures, fishing spots and everything about Glacier. Bad Rock B&B offers a great place to host family reunions, weddings or office gatherings. To see what guests have to say about us, visit Tripadvisor.com.

Come join us in Montana, share our experience and you’ll know why it’s all-good at Bad Rock a Glacier National Park B&B at a true Montana Bed and Breakfast Inn.

* Three-diamond rating from AAA
* Voted one of the country’s top 12 Inns by Country Inns Magazine
* Excellent reviews from the Montana Bed & Breakfast Association.

"...the warmth and kindness of our bed and breakfast hosts has made this a vacation we will never forget. What the world needs is more encounters with people like you in places like this." —Linda and Marty, New Jersey

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