WELCOME TO MONTANA'S DUCK LAKE LODGE - THE SPORTSMAN'S Choice for Montana Lodges
Montana's Duck Lake Lodge is a unique and down to earth rustic sportsman's lodge located just outside of Babb, MT in the heart of North America's backbone, Glacier National Park. We like to say we're comfortable, quiet and clean. Located just south of the Canadian border...just a quick drive down Hwy 2, we welcome all Canadians from Calgary to Lethbridge and all towns in between! Take a look at our photo galleries to see pictures of the lodge and surrounding areas.
WE DO NOT ALLOW BOONDOCKING
All RVs, pull trailers, or camping vans must use a designated RV site.
We also offer group or corporate, photography group rooms as well as catering.
Please call the lodge at 406-338-5770 for more information.
CAMPFIRES ARE ALLOWED, BUT SUBJECT TO LOCAL AND STATE REGULATIONS.
CLICK HERE to go to the Glacier National Park website.
In addition to the required tourist park pass for all entrance stations in Glacier National Park, the new Going-to-the-Sun Road Ticketed Entry reservation system will take effect on May 28th with reservations becoming available at recreation.gov on April 29th. For more information, CLICK HERE.
Come and experience Glacier's pristine forests, alpine meadows, rugged mountains, and spectacular lakes. With over 700 miles of trails, Glacier is a paradise for adventurous visitors seeking wilderness and solitude.
During your stay at our Montana lodge, you can also enjoy the many recreational activities that are available to you. Enjoy Montana fishing in trout ponds or in nearby Duck Lake or in breathtaking St. Mary Lake. Hike the trails on our property or in Glacier National Park or take a scenic boat tour. In the winter, you can indulge in ice fishing and snowmobiling. We are here year round when you are looking for lodges in Montana.
We here at Montana's Duck Lake Lodge invite you to sample some of the most spectacular scenery you'll ever see, unrivaled anywhere in the world! (View area pics) View the wildlife in the surrounding area or even here on our property. We have deer, bears, sheep, goats, ducks, geese, beaver and much, much more!
Before you come and visit Glacier National Park, you should be aware of a few things. From bringing your pet to weather and important safety information, please become familiar with the topics listed below so you can have an enjoyable time in the park.
- Operating Hours and Seasons
- Getting Around
- Watch Your Step
For even more information, visit our links page.
We also accommodate large groups, business seminars, wedding receptions, reunions, and banquets.
For more information on Montana's Duck Lake Lodge, Glacier National Park or to make reservations, please call us anytime at 406-338-5770 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to hearing from you!