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Things To Do At Dog Creek Lodge


Welcome to Dog Creek Lodge, your gateway to adventure! With over 1 million acres of public land surrounding us, there's no shortage of enjoyment to be found around here.  Winter brings the opportunity for Nordic skiing, snowshoeing, and fat biking on our groomed trail systems… but the fun doesn't stop when the snow melts! In the summer, we offer an array of activities such as canoeing, stand-up paddle boarding, and swimming in the crystal clear waters of Dog Lake. If hiking and biking are more your style, we have trails for every skill level, perfect for exploring the stunning natural beauty of our area through the summer months.


When it's time to unwind, we have horseshoe pits, fire pits, fishing holes, and even fishing poles available for our guests to enjoy.


Book your stay at Dog Creek Lodge today and let us help you plan adventures as you create memories that will last a lifetime.  No matter the season, we have something for you to do!


Guided Fly Fishing Trips


We're thrilled to announce that we've partnered with Lakestream Outfitters to offer guided fly fishing trips that will take your breath away.With experienced guides leading the way, you'll get to explore a variety of small creeks that are teeming with brook, rainbow, and native cutthroat trout. Private spring creek fishing is also available at the lodge with experienced guides. For those who prefer to fish from a drift boat, we also offer guided trips on the Flathead River, Clark Fork River, and high mountain lakes. Our guides know the best spots and will work with you to create a fishing experience that's tailored to your preferences.


Spaces for our guided trips fill up fast, so be sure to book early and in advance of your trip. Don't miss out on the chance to hook some of the most prized fish in the region! Click here to book now.​


Durand Beougher - Lakestream Outfitters - # 28096


Are you ready for an unforgettable adventure that will get your blood pumping and your heart racing? Nearby, we have amazing dog sledding tours, offered by some of the best in the business. Winterwoods Dogsled Tours is run by the amazing Butch and Sara Parr. With their team of expertly trained dogs, you'll get to experience the thrill of gliding through the snow-covered landscape. You can also book with Dogsled Adventures. Led by the talented Jeff and his pack of energetic dogs, you'll feel the wind in your hair as you zip through the winter wonderland.


Whether you're looking for a romantic activity to do as a couple or simply want to take a break from the more traditional winter sports like downhill and Nordic skiing, dog sledding is the perfect choice. Call for current rates, or click the following links to book with Winterwoods Dogsled Tours or Dogsled Adventures.



Snowmobiling & ATV's UTV's


Dog Creek Lode is only three miles away from some of the best snowmobile (winter) and dirt (summer) access in the area, so you can experience the rush of exploring the great outdoors in any season! Our partners at Northwest Montana Adventures/Winter Wonderland Sports have got you covered. Whether you're looking to rent a snowmobile and take a tour through the snow or hit the dirt trails in the summer months, they've got everything you need to make your adventure unforgettable. Hourly, half day, or full day guided and unguided adventures are available to book in the summer and winter seasons. Click here for more details.


Things To Do Near Your Stay at Dog Creek Lodge


Are you ready to hit the slopes and experience some of the best downhill skiing in all of Northwest Montana? Then look no further than Dog Creek Lodge, as we’re located a quick 45-minute drive away from the slopes. When the snow melts and summer rolls around, Whitefish Mountain Resort has an activity for everyone in the family - from zip lines and mountain biking to hiking, wining and dining. Don't wait - book your stay at Dog Creek Lodge now and get ready to experience the ultimate mountain getaway!


Whitefish Mountain Resort


Experience the awe-inspiring beauty of Glacier National Park. The park is home to an incredible network of hiking trails, making it a hiker's dream come true. From easy walks to challenging multi-day treks, there is something for everyone. Hikers can explore the famous Going-to-the-Sun Road, which winds its way through the heart of the park, offering breathtaking vistas of mountains, waterfalls, and valleys. Along the trails, visitors may also encounter an abundance of wildlife, including grizzly bears, mountain goats, and elusive wolverines. For those seeking water adventures, Glacier National Park has numerous glacial lakes and pristine rivers to explore. The crystal-clear waters of Lake McDonald and St. Mary Lake are perfect for kayaking, canoeing, or simply enjoying a peaceful boat ride. Fishing enthusiasts will find ample opportunities to cast their lines and try their luck at catching trout or whitefish. Unforgettable adventures await in Montana's stunning wilderness!


Glacier National Park

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