Beartooth Hideaway Inn & Cabins

Address: 1223 S Broadway Ave, Red Lodge, Montana, 59068-9579, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 1223 S Broadway Ave, Red Lodge, is near Red Lodge Mountain, Beartooth Nature Center, Carbon County Peak to Plains Museum, and Red Lodge Mountain Golf Course.
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          • Spa
          • Swimming pool


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking
          • Kitchenette
          • Pets allowed


          • Suites


          • Continental Breakfast
          • Kids activities or Babysitting

          TravelPod Member ReviewsBeartooth Hideaway Inn & Cabins Red Lodge

          Reviewed by baughb

          Reasonable place to stay at a reasonable price.

          Reviewed Aug 1, 2015
          by (15 reviews) Waterloo , Canada Flag of Canada

          Reasonable price for a place in Red Lodge this time of year; especially since I've only been booking a day ahead. About half the place is filled with bikers this time of year. Friendly staff. Rooms and hotel are dated but it's clean and affordable.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          TripAdvisor Reviews Beartooth Hideaway Inn & Cabins Red Lodge

          3.00 of 5 stars Good

          Travel Blogs from Red Lodge

          Megan's "Prep Hike" for Granny

          A travel blog entry by dajackso on Jun 26, 2015

          8 photos

          A great slow start to the day as Lee and I left many asleep as we walked into town, a half-mile away. Flowers were in all the yards and in hanging baskets along the street. Breakfast at a bookstore lending library/café, very unique. The town sported a Candy Emporium;it had metal advertising signs covering the walls from 75 years ago (like the old ESSO) and all the candy bars and penny candy from the 40s on up, a 70-year-old child paradise.
          Lee ...

          Heading for Red Lodge

          A travel blog entry by dajackso on Jun 25, 2015

          8 photos

          ... It has a flavor of the Ole West but is festooned with interesting shops and many hanging baskets of flowers. A roaring river runs through it and its banks were lined with cotton woods that provided whisky fluffs in all directions. We all dined at a wonderfully quaint restaurant and that was just about the end of day 7. Lee and were grateful that Caroline and Megan had done all the ...

          Add Montana to the list!

          A travel blog entry by laura_pier on Aug 23, 2013

          2 comments, 12 photos

          ... tiny town of Cooke City (just four miles outside of the park) and quickly found a great cafe where we had ice cream and coffee. Ron had an espresso float--2 shots of espresso with a scoop of chocolate and a scoop of vanilla. He was very happy!! Cooke City is about two blocks long and has at least seven bars and several lodges. It also has a general store that was established in 1886. In there Clara found a little stuffed moose that she fell in love with and bought with her ...

          Rocky Mountain Highs-Beartooth Scenic Highway

          A travel blog entry by beachlady600 on Jul 12, 2012

          2 comments, 37 photos

          ... they were singing "the hills are alive" so I just chimed right in “with the sound of music” and the other women took it from there! We laughed and chatted, swapped photo shots, compared what we had seen since we both came from different directions, and bid them good bye. On the plateau, everything turned back to grass, but we saw no wildlife at all. We just saw a couple ground rodents like ...

          Beartooth Pass - most beautiful highway in US?

          A travel blog entry by techhobo on Sep 11, 2010

          6 photos

          ... you are in the area.

          There must have been a Depression-era car convention on the other side of the pass because I got stuck behind an endless number of them-- think Model T. Lets just say they aren't made for elevation gains.. I'm pretty sure I could ride my bike faster than these 0.2 liter automobiles can climb hills.

          Stopped off at Red Lodge Brewery on the other side for a yummy porter, watched an Oktoberfest festival, and then made my way back home.