JACKSON HOT SPRINGS LODGE – Todayz Montana Travel and Recreation 2011/2012

Jackson Hot Springs Montana

Accommodations Sure to Fit any taste or budget


Beautiful views, outstanding hospitality with friendly service, and great food & drinks. This is what Jackson Hot Springs Lodge is all about. Nestled in Jackson, Montana off US Highway 278, travelers can enjoy southwest Montana in rustic luxury. Our natural Hot Springs and Lodge are nestled beautifully between the Bitterroot and Pioneer mountain ranges offering panoramic vistas and mountain top views.

Jackson Hot Springs Lodge understands what it means to get a good night’s sleep, whether vacationing in one of our log cabins with a fireplace, settling into a room, or camping among the stars for the night. Come soak and unwind in a spring that’s produced by the emergence of geothermally heated groundwater from the Earth’s crust. Our natural hot springs are cooled down to between 94 – 103 degrees Fahrenheit for maximum relaxation. Because the heated water contains a very high mineral content, some claim that natural hot springs have medicinal value.

The beautiful Big Hole Valley is considered by many to have the finest outdoor recreation in the state. So drop on by Jackson Hot Springs Lodge and stay awhile. There is no limit to the number of activities available in the area. Take pleasure in Montana’s world-renowned fly fishing, regardless of your fishing skill it’s guaranteed to be a great time. Guests can plan a day or overnight hiking trips with hundreds of miles of trails at Bobcat Lakes, Sawtooth Lakes, or Torrey Lakes. No matter what time of year it is the fishing, hunting, hiking, skiing, and snowmobiling are exceptional. Jackson is also a great place to catch up on your U.S. history. Lewis and Clark once wrote of our mineral water and the Battle of the Big Hole took place only miles from our front door.

Check out our room styles and rates and book your stay at jacksonhotspringslodge.com or call (406) 834-3151.





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