Beartooth All-American Road & Chief Joseph Scenic Byway Loop– America’s Highway has been called “the most beautiful drive in America,” by late CBS correspondent Charles Kuralt. If you plan on exploring Red Lodge or Yellowstone Country, this is one attraction that should not be missed.
Beartooth Nature Center (Wildlife Refuge) – Spend 1-3 hours exploring the refuge in town center, and see the Montana’s native wildlife up close and personal. A favorite for kids and adults alike.
Skiing and Golfing– Red Lodge’s premier ski and golf resort, the Mountain is less than 15 minutes from town; and, the golf course is on the north edge of Red Lodge. One of the best places in the country to learn to ski, with an abundance of easy runs and it is not overcrowded.
Beartooth Bike Tours – “It’s All Downhill From Here…” What a ride.
Red Lodge Carnegie Library – Quality local public library. Located at the corner of 8th Street and Broadway Avenue. Computers available + WIFI. (406) 446-1905
Peaks to Plains Museum – The Carbon County Historical Society and Museum is located at 224 N Broadway Avenue in Red Lodge. Local museum, telling the local story of Red Lodge and Carbon County from the mid-1800s to present time…
The Roman Movie Theater – Not many 1 screen theaters still exist that show first run films. Films daily at: 7:15 p.m. Take one evening and make it a movie night.
Horseback Riding – Enjoy hundreds of miles of miles of trails in the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness. One-half day to multi-day guided trips available.
Whitewater Rafting – For those with an adventurous spirit, or try a late season float tour.
World Class Fishing – What else can we say
Horse Drawn Wagon Rides- The City of Red Lodge businesses offer FREE horse drawn wagon rides around town each evening. Kids and romantics just love the ambiance.
Hiking– A couple of our favorite Yellowstone Hikes are in the Red Lodge area, take the opportunity to enjoy one of these spectacular hikes.
Picnic along Rock Creek- A popular summer lunch spot is to take a picnic to “City Park,” and enjoy along the edge of Rock Creek. Turn east across the 19th Street Bridge to the Park.
Comedy Nights at the Pub