Red Lodge, Montana

Red Lodge offers many attractions. Stroll through one of the local art galleries, take a walking tour of the historic district, visit the museum or explore one of the many parks or drive the Bearthooth Scenic Byway.

Red Lodge Clay Center

Art and Art Galleries

Base Camp Images. 20 S. Broadway, Red Lodge, MT 59068. Phone: 406-446-1346. E-mail

Beartooth Art Gallery. 110 S. Broadway, Red Lodge, MT 59068. Phone: 406-446-1292 or 406-425-2476.

Carbon County Art Guild & Depot Gallery. 11 W. 8th Street, Red Lodge, MT 59068. Phone: 406-446-1370. E-mail

Charles Ringer Studio and Gallery. 418 E. Front, Joliet, Red Lodge, MT 59041. Phone: 406 962-3705. E-mail

Coleman Gallery and Studio. PO Box 1249, Red Lodge, MT 59068. Phone: 406-446-1228; Toll-free: 1-800-726-2228. E-mail

Common Ground Western Art and Gifts. 3 N. Broadway, Red Lodge, MT 59068. Phone: 406-446-2800.

Dale Marie Muller. PO Box 2007, Red Lodge, MT 59068. Phone: 406-445-9106 or 406-445-9086. E-mail

Red Lodge Clay Center. 123 S. Broadway, Red Lodge, MT 59068. Phone: 406-466-3993. E-mail

City Parks

City Park. Located on the east bank of Rock Creek at 19th Street.
Picnic tables, barbeque grills and restroom facilities.

Visitor's Center Picnic Area. Located at the intersection of Highways 78 and 212.
Picnic tables, water and an RV dump station.

Historic Sites

Historic Walking Tour
Pick up a map at the Chamber of Commerce to explore the historic buildings and homes in Red Lodge.

Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument. PO Box 39, Crow Agency, Red Lodge, MT 59022. Phone: 406-638-3217. GPS: 45.574879, -107.425747

Museums and Exhibits

Carbon County Historical Society Museum. 224 N. Broadway, Red Lodge, MT 59068. Phone: 406-446-3667; Fax: 406-446-1920.

National Forests

Custer National Forest. Beartooth Ranger District - HC 49, Box 3420, Red Lodge, MT 59068. Phone: 406-446-2103; Fax: 406-446-3918.

Custer National Forest is one of the gateways to Yellowstone National Park and one of the largest intact temperate ecosystems left. The Beartooth Mountains offer spectacular hiking and fishing and the Beartooth Scenic Byway provides awe inspiring views as the road winds upward of 11,000 feet.

Gallatin National Forest. Gardiner District - 805 Scott Street, Gardiner, Red Lodge, MT 59030. Phone: 406-848-7375; Fax: 406-848-7485.

Established in 1899, the Gallatin is part of the Greater Yellowstone Area and is the largest intact ecosystem in the United States. This forest consists of 1.8 million acres spanning six mountain ranges and the Absaroka-Beartooth and Lee Metcalf Wildernesses.

Nature Center

Beartooth Nature Center. 615 2nd Street E, Red Lodge, MT 59068. Phone: 406-446-1133. E-mail
Native wildlife refuge caring for animals that were injured, orphaned or so humanized that they could not survive in their natural habitat.

Performing Arts - Theater

Roman Theater. 120 S. Broadway Avenue, Red Lodge, MT 59068. Phone: 406-446-2233.

Scenic Byway

Beartooth Scenic Highway. E-mail
Located in Custer National Forest, this byway crosses the Beartooth Mountains providing access to the northeast entrance to Yellowstone National Park. This byway is the highest elevation (topping 11,000 feet) in the Northern Rockies offering spectacular views and unlimited outdoor recreation. Allow two to three hours to drive the 68.7 miles (110.6 kilometers).

State Park

Cooney State Park. Phone: 406-445-2326. GPS: 45.442; -109.205.
Open year-round, this park is a popular recreation area. A concession stand sells snacks, beverages, firewood, bait, ice and emergency items for boats. An information kiosk, extra vehicle parking and playground are also available.

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