Where are all of our history buffs? The Sacajawea Hotel, a Historic Hotels of America destination, is perfect for those who want to bask in the historical significance of Three Forks, Montana while enjoying a relaxing and romantic getaway with their sweetheart.
The Sacajawea Hotel, refurbished in 2010, was founded in 1910 and is well-versed in Western hospitality. This classically designed hotel is meant to invite guests to truly make the hotel their home. The wrap-around porch and modern touches make us want to pull up a chair and bask in the beauty of Montana while sipping on a nice, refreshing cocktail. From exciting adventures rich history, follow along as we share why The Sacajawea Hotel in Three Forks, Montana is the perfect weekend away!
The Sacajawea Hotel, and Three Forks, earned historical status because of their prime location. The Three Forks area marks one of the most significant points along with the Lewis and Clark Trail. You can book one of the 29 rooms in the main hotel or choose a cozy cottage located on the property. These luxury rooms include their own individual Western touch. You’ll feel like you’ve stepped back in time all while enjoying their lush amenities.
Hotel guests receive complimentary continental breakfast along with coffee, tea, and hot chocolate service. And you might even discover locally-made huckleberry chocolates on your pillow each night. Check out all the other amazing amenities here!
The attractions and adventures surrounding The Sacajawea Hotel are endless. Centrally located among three Montana cities and within driving distance of Yellowstone National Park, this getaway is perfect for the adventurous at heart! You can enjoy the historical significance of this location by stopping by Headwaters Heritage Museum or finding time to hike through the three state parks in the area.
The Missouri Headwaters State Park is a hiking/bicycling park with interpretive trails and vistas that commemorate Lewis and Clark’s Corps of Discovery Encampment in 1805. You can even borrow one of the vintage bikes provided by The Sacajawea Hotel to explore the area! This park also hosts a number of summer activities, including a speaker series, boating, fishing and much more!
Madison Buffalo Jump State Park earns its name from Native American roots. If you visit in late September, stop by the park to celebrate National Public Lands Day to learn the rich history of Native American Culture.
Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park is the place for you to explore one of the largest limestone caverns in the Northwest. Spend a day or two here exploring the beautiful land and vast caverns.
You can also check out the current Lodging Packages offered by the hotel that include experiences of a lifetime from sky diving and fly fishing to hot springs and breakfast in bed:
Whether you choose to hit the town or stay put, there are plenty of options for food and drink!
Plan one luxury meal at the Pompey’s Grill in the Sacajawea Hotel, and enjoy one of the finest steaks in all of Montana. This is your chance to plan a romantic night with your spouse and bask in the beauty of Montana. We’re sure your meal and the views will not disappoint.
If you’re looking for a more upbeat and casual evening, head downstairs to the Sac Bar! Grab a burger and cocktail, watch a game, or pop in on the weekends for live music!
Want to head into town? Just a short drive away is Bozeman, Montana where you can find a ton of great spots to try! Below we’re sharing some of our favorites.
Three Forks, Montana may not be the largest city to visit for a romantic weekend getaway, but what it lacks in size it makes up for in history and adventure. This is your chance to spend a weekend learning an important part of American history, all while spending quality time with your best friend.
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