For this summer's fun set up your vacation headquarters in the Lolo Hot Springs Campground with your RV, a tent, or rent one of our cabins camped out on the famed Lewis and Clark Trail.
We are now offering Trail Rides with outfitter Todd Earp. Come up any Saturday or Sunday for hour rides right from the bar. Anyone wishing to do half or full day rides may contact him at (406) 239-1688. 48 hour reservations are required.
Monday through Thursday
8:00 AM to 10:00 PM
Friday, Saturday and Sunday
8:00 AM to Midnight
Adults & Children over 12: $7
Seniors 55 and over: $6
Children ages 5 to 12: $5
Cabin occupancy not required for pool use.
Pool passes good entire day.
New This Year : 18 hole folf course
Lolo Hot Springs Resort on Highway 12 near Lolo Pass, on the Montana - Idaho border in the scenic Bitterroot Mountains. Ideally located in the heart of the Bitterroot Mountains with the Selway & Bitterroot Wilderness Areas gracing the nearby peaks. Known for excellence in recreation all 12 months, year 'round residents enjoy the Lolo Hot Springs Resort and all that is available in the Lolo Pass area. Plan your weekend get-away, or summer vacation so you too, can enjoy all the fun, recreation and relaxation that's offered here - high in the Bitterroot Mountains! Spring, summer, and fall, excellent fishing is found on the many nearby mountain streams and throughout the Bitterroot Range. Enjoy the abundant wildlife seen in this area including elk, moose & deer, bald eagles, ducks and other bird life. They make this area the choice of hunters and wildlife photographers.
To the south the nearly inaccessible peaks on the "backside" of the Selway- Bitterroot Wilderness invite you to explore some of Montana's most rugged mountain backcountry. The remote peaks of the Bitterroot Range to the north offer unique challenges of their own for hiking, camping and horseback riding. Fall affords some of the finest big game hunting the nation has to offer for deer and elk in this mountain region;
Autumn colors flourish in this Montana resort community as the cottonwoods, aspen, larch and tamaracks put on a non-stop show of reds, oranges and yellows;
Savor the experience of the Lewis and Clark Trail and join us for a stay, summer or winter, at the Lolo Hot Springs Resort on a scenic tour of the Lolo Pass recreation wonderland on the Montana-Idaho border!