Triple Creek Ranch Gift Shop.
mountain biking, tennis, Yoga, Golf - 18 hole course, sporting clays, ATV Rentals - guided, bird watching, Shooting - trap / clays, Shooting - wing, Cattle Drives, Spring Roundup and Branding, Hiking, Sapphire Panning, Orvis Guided Fishing Trips, Scenic Float Trips, Whitewater Rafting, Nature Safaris, Archery, Trap Shooting & Sporting Clays, Vintner Weekends, Artist Workshops, Klicks For Chicks, Fall Steelhead Fly Fishing Celebration, Spring Skwala Hatch Celebration, Lewis & Clark Horseback Rides or Van Tours, Glacier or Yellowstone Park Helicopter Tours, Glacier in A Day - private plane ride
Water based Activities
outdoor pool, hot tub, river floating, whitewater rafting-adventure
relaxation massage, deep tissue massage, couples massage
cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, down hill skiing, snowshoeing, winter ice fishing, Dog Sledding, Skijoring, Sledding, Nature Safaris, Ice Fishing, Holiday Celebrations for Christmas & New Year, Cooking School Weekends, Nature Safari, Valentine's Day, Skiing is All-Inclusive during your stay!
For groups of 30-40.
TCR is an ideal location for small corporate retreats. There are 25 individual cabins and 33 rooms with king beds.
We can cater for groups of 50-75.
Triple Creek Ranch is suitable for small intimate weddings as our maximum capacity is 66 people. Children under the age of 16 are welcome if the entire ranch is reserved.
Marcus Daly Mansion
The Marcus Daly Mansion is a National Historic Site owned by the State of Montana. The mansion was the family summer home of Copper Baron, Marcus Daly, who founded the town of Hamilton, Montana, in the late 1800s. In 1886, Marcus Daly purchased the existing Anthony Chafin homestead, including the farmhouse, and had it remodeled by 1889. He renovated the residence again in 1897 to a Queen Anne style Victorian home. After Marcus Daly's death, the home was again remodeled into a Georgian-Revival style mansion. The three-story Hamilton, Montana mansion (24,000 square feet) has over 50 rooms, with 25 bedrooms, 15 bathrooms, and 7 fireplaces, 5 of which have imported Italian marble. Some of the main rooms include a large living room, music room, formal dining room, sun room, trophy room (which was added in 1914), an upstairs sitting room, and a third floor billiard hall. Hamilton is 30 miles from Triple Creek Ranch.
30 miles / 30 mins
Ravalli County Museum
This former Ravalli County Courthouse, built by A.J. Gibson in 1900, served as a courthouse until 1979 when it was saved from the wrecker’s ball by a vote of the people. It now houses what is considered by many to be the finest little museum in the Northwest. Permanent collections include a Native American collection, Ricketts Museum, commemorating the development of the Rocky Mountain Laboratory, an antique kitchen, miner / trapper room, a veteran's display, Ernst Peterson photo exhibits, extensive archives, Victorian rooms, and a Railway Express agent office. Rotating exhibits in the former courtroom and a weekly Sunday Series Program at 2:00 p.m. are of historic and cultural significance.
30 miles / 30 mins
Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation's Elk Country Visitor Center is proud to be one of the newest and best conservation education facilities in the Northwest. The Elk Country Visitor Center features hands-on conservation and hunting heritage exhibits for all ages. The Center also includes a Lewis and Clark display, an impressive collection of world record elk mounts, a western wildlife diorama and a state of the art conservation theater. Shoppers will also enjoy the Elk Country gift shop full of beautiful wildlife art and many hand -crafted and Montana-made creations. The public is welcome and admission is free. Open year round. The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is an international, nonprofit conservation organization dedicated to ensuring the future of elk, other wildlife, and their habitat. Since its inception in 1984, the Foundation's 150,000 members and volunteers have permanently protected more than 1,000 square miles of critical elk habitat and enhanced another 3.4 million acres of elk country. In addition, over 400,000 acres have been opened to public access for hunting, fishing and other enjoyment.
80 miles / 2 hours